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Trump’s Children Won’t Advise Administration, Giuliani Says

November 13, 2016, Bloomberg

Robert Kelner is quoted in a Bloomberg article regarding the role Donald Trump’s children will play now that he has been elected, and the potential for conflicts-of-interest. According to Kelner, there are few conflicts-of-interest laws that apply to presidential administration teams. “This is about appearances rather than actual legal compliance issues,” says Kelner. “Much depends on what the Trump children actually work on as part of the transition, and the policies that the transition team itself decides to adopt. For the most part, the Trump Organization’s holdings involve real estate, and very few of the things the transition would do are going to impact specific real estate holdings in any material way.”

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