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Is Trump’s plan for his company enough to avoid conflicts of interest?

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Description: President-elect Trump says he’s going above and beyond in mitigating potential conflicts between his government office and his private interests. But is his plan for his sons to manage his company while he retains ownership sufficient? Steve Inskeep discusses with Norman Eisen, former special counsel to President Obama, and Richard Painter, former associate counsel to President George W. Bush.
Duration: 11 minutes and 28 seconds
Rating: 7/10 - Good
Definition: HD
Published: January 12, 2017
Author: PBS NewsHour

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