Save This Tool, Created by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), Which Tracks Trump’s Conflicts of Interest

Save this tool, created by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), which tracks Trump’s conflicts of interest.

Trump is no longer president, and you helped make that happen. Thank you!

Unfortunately, until his pre-existing conditions and assorted bad habits team up to ease him into his eternal rest, he will mutter and squawk and threaten to run again in 2024.

Will he actually do it? Is this all just a grift? We at OTYCD say that it doesn’t matter, and the only safe approach is to take Trump’s musings about 2024 with deadly seriousness. The American public generally treated Trump like a joke in 2015 and 2016, and look what happened. Not funny.

To that end, we’re recommending you save a tool built by CREW to track Trump’s many and varied conflicts of interest during his presidency.

All material gathered by the tool was valid as of February 15, 2021.

It counted 3,740 conflicts of interest, roughly two for each day of his administration.

Those conflicts included 100 political events held at properties owned by Trump; 69 foreign trademarks granted to Trump businesses; and 547 visits by President Trump to properties he owned, 328 of which were visits to his golf courses.

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