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Tuesday, 06 December 2016 22:20

Can Congress Lift the Presidential Conflict of Interest Exemption?

Written by  NYTimes
Donald J. Trump and his family at the Oct. 26 opening ceremony at Trump International Hotel in Washington.

President-elect Donald J. Trump has extensive business dealings in the United States and abroad. Federal law, however, exempts the president and the vice president from financial conflict of interest statues. But does Congress have the authority to remove the exemption and re-impose the financial conflict statute on the president?

This is part of the Issues for Trump and America series.

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