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Trump Handing Business to His Kids Won't Eliminate Conflicts

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President-elect trump is likely to have many conflicts of interest during his time in the whitehouse. According to NBC, Trump intends to hand off control of his business ventures to his children which would not eliminate any conflict of interest while he is in office. many conservatives believe that Trump should liquidate his business or find some other solution that eliminates the possible threat to the legitimacy of future presidential policy. "...I don't think it would be good for the country." says Sen. Lindsey Graham of South carolina, "But let's give him a chance to figure this out."


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