Will President Trump's business dealings pose unacceptable conflicts of interest?
- Anonymous4 years agoFavourite answer
Eventually, they will lead to his inevitable impeachment...
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 74 years ago
The question is: Unacceptable to WHOM?
You know a Republican Congress is not going to make it an issue. Nor is a Republican Supreme Court. There may be lawsuits, which Trump and GOP leaders will dismiss as 'political'. There is the 'emoluments' clause in the Constitution ('emolument' sounds like something you put on a rash, doesn't it?) but the Supreme Court gets to interpret the Constitution and they're not likely to care about Trump. Republicans, of course, will think Trump's a HERO for managing to make a lot of money as president. They will see it as 'Doing well by doing good.'
- Kristine16Lv 74 years ago
Let me try to understand this, Why do you give a shiit if his Hotels are operating or not. OTHER people handle these issues. And if you are so worried about this Just look what he's done with Carrier, He saved more JOBS than OBAMA has ALREADY.
- SchiffyLv 64 years ago
Trump's mere presence poses a trigger to liberals. Conflicts in their imaginations aren't real.
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- harpertaraLv 74 years ago
I think it highly likely that Trump would find himself in violation of certain articles of the constitution if he does not divest himself of his business interests before inauguration day.
- BobLv 74 years ago
No one knows anything about his business practices or what countries he owes millions if not billions to.
- sandplant16Lv 74 years ago
They already have, but it seems his followers think that he stands above what has always been viewed as unacceptable.
- MattLv 64 years ago
No. He has done an outstanding job so far separating between personal and public interests. He is a world class professional.
- 4 years ago