Rudalevige Discusses Trump, Potential Conflicts of Interest on NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’

Andrew Rudalevige

Andrew Rudalevige

Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government Andrew Rudalevige said Donald Trump could face a tricky situation if elected president when it comes to potential conflicts of interest.

Most presidents have avoided conflicts by placing their investments in a blind trust under the control of a trustee, but Rudalevige said this may not work for Trump because of the nature of his assets. He was speaking on NPR’s Morning Edition¬†June 9, 2016.¬†Listen to Rudalevige on NPR.

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