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Trump Says He Will Leave Businesses Behind

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News video: Trump Says He Will Leave Businesses BehindOn Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that he is drawing up documents that will take him "completely out" of his business operations "in order to fully focus on running the country." The real-estate mogul didn't reveal many details about how he will remove himself from the self-branded empire and Trump Organization empire, but said he would hold a news conference with his children on December 15 to discuss the move.

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