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Trump’s potential conflicts of interest


Some potential conflicts of interest between Trump’s business interests and his position as POTUS (source The Atlantic)

the director of the Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub, has declared Trump’s efforts insufficient, remarking, “I don’t think divestiture is too high of a price to pay to be the president of the United States,” and a number of Senate Democrats have introduced legislation that would force Trump to divest or face impeachment. Below is an attempt to catalogue the more clear-cut examples of conflicts of interest that have emerged so far. The most recent entries appear at the top:

That Golf Course in Westchester

Those Russian Trademarks

That Trump Organization Event Planner

That Saudi Arabian Lobbying Effort

That Golf Course in New Jersey

That Meeting in Brussels

That Tower in Toronto

That Caribbean Villa

Those Condos for Sale

Those Reelection-Campaign Funds

That Second Hotel in Washington, D.C.

That Property in Azerbaijan

That Trump Tower Penthouse

That Resort in the Dominican Republic

That Chinese Trademark

That Meeting at Mar-a-Lago

That Defense Department Trump Tower Rental

That Red Cross Ball

That D.C. Labor Dispute

That Estate in Palm Beach

Those Expansion Plans

That Hotel in Vancouver

That Reality-Television Show

That Pipeline

Those HUD Grants

That Golf Course in Aberdeen

That Other Billionaire New York Real-Estate Developer

Those Indonesian Politicians

That Emirati Businessman

That Virginia Vineyard

That Las Vegas Labor Dispute

That Kuwaiti Event

Those Certificates of Divestiture

That Carrier Deal

That Blind-Trust Issue

Those Fannie and Freddie Investments

That Phone Call With Taiwan

That Deutsche Bank Debt

That Secret Service Detail

That Property in Georgia (the Country)

That Phone Call With Erdogan

That Hotel in Washington, D.C.

That Argentinian Office Building

Those Companies in Saudi Arabia

That British Wind Farm

Those Indian Business Partners

That Envoy From the Philippines

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