“A bipartisan coalition of Washington ethics watchdogs—including one of Hillary Clinton’s most vocal critics—is calling on President-elect Donald Trump to divest himself of his sprawling business interests. The letter was signed by 29 different individuals and groups. The list contains a who’s who of Washington watchdog groups. It also includes six former Republican elected officials…
ABC’s Brian Ross interviews Peter Schweizer on the ways Donald trump’s business interests may present ethical implications for the President-Elect
Recently updated on February 26th, 2022 at 07:03 pm“Peter Schweizer, the conservative author who drove attention to overlaps between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and her family’s personal and charitable finances, on Saturday suggested that unless Trump fully divested, he could be susceptible to similar conflicts.”
Recently updated on February 26th, 2022 at 07:03 pmThe provocative author who wrote a book alleging corruption between the Clintons and their philanthropy now says he sees similar conflicts of interest between Donald Trump and his business now that he’s President-elect.
CNN’s Michael Smerconish interviews the GAI President, Peter Schweizer, about what types of precautions the President Elect should take to avoid the appearance of impropriety with his and his family’s personal businesses