Whose Interests Will Trump’s Administration Represent?
December 1, 2016•7 min
Whether it's reports that the Secret Service might rent office space from Trump Towers in Manhattan, or Donald Trump suing Washington, D.C. to lower taxes on his new hotel, the president-elect has a great deal of business conflicts to resolve before entering the White House. But if Trump doesn't keep his promise to sever all business ties, he risks setting an ethically ambiguous tone for the rest of his administration. With that in mind, Money Talking host Charlie Herman discusses whose interests some of Trump's appointees will represent with Jesse Eisinger of ProPublica and Rick Newman of Yahoo Finance.