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Corporate Conflict for a Billionaire Presidential Candidate

August 23, 2016, WNYC

Rob Kelner appeared on "The Takeaway" discussing the legal and ethical issues that may arise from Donald Trump’s plan to have his children run his operations, if elected, which could be seen as a conflict of interest. “The whole concept of the blind trust really doesn’t work for Donald Trump even if he has his family take over his operations. He’s still, of course, going to know that the family wealth is largely invested in real estate, in golf courses, and actions he takes as president might affect those things.” 

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