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If a President owes millions to a foreign bank, does that create a conflict of interest?


Trump is heavily leveraged that includs 5 loans each of over $50 million each. 16 loans from 11 different lenders Richard Painter said, "Whereas having a president who owes a lot of money to banks, particularly when it's on negotiable terms—it puts them at the mercy of the banks." Although the President is exempt, for all others, you can lose that security clearance if you have credit or debt because can be more easily bribed to give out secrets.

 

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    bradmasterOCcal 14 months ago

    I agree with you.

    The president has his private finances in a blind trust, so there is no conflict.


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