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Democrats To Target Trump's Business Conflicts

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News video: Democrats To Target Trump's Business ConflictsPresident-elect Trumps conflict of interest around his businesses has become a bone of contention on both sides of the isle. According to politico, democrats intend to use this to hobble Trump's political agenda. With little power to filibuster, the democrats must get creative if they want to influence trump cabinet nominations or policy.

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