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  • Trump: CEO-in-Chief?

    Donald Trump could be arguably the most wealthy person ever elected president. Even if he does hand over his businesses to his children, can he separate himself from the empire he has built long enough to pass unbiased legislation - even if it may hurt his own company?

Donald Trump could be arguably the most wealthy person ever elected president. Even if he does hand over his businesses to his children, can he separate himself from the empire he has built long enough to pass unbiased legislation - even if it may hurt his own company? Natalie Fertig McClatchy
Donald Trump could be arguably the most wealthy person ever elected president. Even if he does hand over his businesses to his children, can he separate himself from the empire he has built long enough to pass unbiased legislation - even if it may hurt his own company? Natalie Fertig McClatchy

How would President Trump regulate all the Trump business?

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