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What will Trump critics do about conflicts now?

Mark Garrison Jan 12, 2017
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President-elect Donald Trump’s plan to deal with his business conflicts is under fire from government ethics experts of the Republican, Democratic and non-partisan variety. Trump is transferring control of his businesses to his adult sons and a Trump Organization executive, but not selling his assets and not forming a blind trust. The ethics community doesn’t like it, but Trump says that’s the deal, setting up a fight. Can they turn to the courts? 

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