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Trump / Business Empire / A Discussion #1109076

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 31, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The White House document dump on Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump & others & the family businesses released from the "New York Times" introduced. Live discussion held with "New York Times" Jesse Drucker, former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter & "TrumpNation" lawyer Tim O'Brien about the Trump family finances. [DRUCKER, PAINTER, O'BRIEN - offer views on Kushner's business with some divestments, how both {Jared & Ivanka} have conflicts of interest related to any real estate business, how little distance there is between business dealings & policy making, the Kushner business: how little is known from the filings.]
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