Paper that endorsed Clinton despite her influence pedelling scheme with foundation worries about Trump businesses

Washington Post:
A Post analysis found at least 111 of Donald Trump’s companies have done business in 18 countries and territories. With his refusal to sell or set up a blind trust to combat conflicts of interest, policy and ethics experts are scrambling to assess the potential dangers of public rule by a leader with a vast web of private business deals.
With the Clinton's their only business was fund raising and selling access to the Secretary of State and the candidate for President, yet it did not stop the Post from a full throated endorsement. Trump is going to have to do something to demonstrate he is not selling his office.  He is going to have to establish a degree of separation from those running his business whether it is his kids or a blind trust.

It appears the best way to interest the media is ethics is to elect a Republican.


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