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A Look at Trump’s Business Empire in the United States
Golf courses in several states. Glittering hotels and condominiums. Even a share in a federally subsidized housing development in Brooklyn. Donald Trump ’s business interests in the United States, while concentrated in his home state of New York, run the gamut and appear in at least 10 states and
Doubts grow over stock market's Trump-inspired surge
After driving stocks higher on expectations that a Trump presidency will bring lower taxes and less regulation for businesses, investors are looking at the possible downsides following the active, and often chaotic, start to Trump's term in office
The Note: Trump Goes Nuclear
NOTABLES --TRUMP -- U.S. 'MUST GREATLY STRENGTHEN' NUCLEAR CAPABILITIES. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted Thursday that the U.S. "must greatly strengthen and expand" its nuclear capabilities without offering immediate context to what prompted the declaration, writes ABC’s ALEXANDER MALLIN.
With Trump Business Conflict Looming, Deutsche Bank Settles Mortgage Crisis Lawsuit
The German banking giant Deutsche Bank has agreed to a $7.2 billion settlement in principle with the U.S. Department of Justice over its role in the late-2000s mortgage crisis, the bank said in a statement on Thursday night, heading off what critics said would be a major conflict of interest with
Jennifer Jacobs Says Trump Team 'Truly Believes' Anything About Russian Hacks 'Delegitimizes His Presidency'
ABC News' Powerhouse Roundtable dives into the political implications of Russian hacking.
Where Trump Critics See Conflicts, Partners See Golden Opportunities
For President-elect Donald Trump’s global business partners, the deals that some have called a conflict of interest are looking a lot like money in the bank. “His brand has become stronger, more global,” said Hussain Sajwani, the chairman of a Dubai company that is preparing early next year to open
Feds Reject Calls for Outside Prosecutor in Deutsche Bank Case, Despite Lender’s Ties to Trump
The Justice Department has rejected calls to appoint a special prosecutor to take over two investigations into alleged wrongdoing by the German bank that has loaned the Trump Organization more than $300 million, ABC News has learned. “The Department has full confidence in its law enforcement
Trump Foundation Took Donations From Controversial Ukrainian Clinton Donor
A Ukrainian steel magnate, Victor Pinchuk, paid $150,000 to Donald Trump’s charity to book the then-presidential candidate to speak via satellite at a conference held in Kiev in the early days of the presidential campaign. “Victor is a very, very special man. A special entrepreneur,” Trump told the
Trump Barraged by Conflict of Interest Questions
Mr. Trump was also asked about his business, and potential conflicts of interest. The president-elect once saying in the campaign, if elected, "I couldn't care less about my company, it's peanuts." Here's ABC's chief investigative correspondent, Brian Ross. Reporter: With growing concerns tonight,