President-Elect Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he will give control of his business empire to two of his adult sons, and put other assets in a trust, in a bid to ward off criticism about possible conflicts of interest when he enters the Oval Office as President later this month.
In his first formal news conference since July, Mr. Trump said current laws don’t require him to make any changes at all in his business organization, but that he will do it to ensure against ethics questions.
“I could actually run my business and run government at the same time,” Mr. [More]
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