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The Array of Conflicts of Interest Facing the Trump Presidency

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Here is a graphic, showing 'Trump's conflicts of interest. Trump's company owes millions of dollars in loans to Deutsche Bank — which is currently negotiating with the Justice Department, which Trump will oversee, over the size of a penalty related to the bank's actions during the financial crisis.. His  company also leases the Old Post Office Building in Washington from the General Services Administration — And his company runs hotels and resorts around the world — which are tempting places to spend money for foreign governments seeking to curry favor with the US. The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency responsible for enforcing labor laws and safeguarding employees’ right to organize.  The 5 members  Trump appoints will be in charge of investigating complaints brought by workers, which could include those at his hotels and other properties.' More...

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