President-elect Trump to leave all business commitments for Presidency

The President-elect of America has announced his intention to leave his “great business in total” in order to focus on his duties at President of America in the near future.

Breaking the news on Twitter, Mr Trump said he was not required by law to leave his business however, he felt it “visually important” to have no conflict of interest as the President of America.

Mr Trump said he would be holding a major news conference in New York City on December 15 to discuss his intentions.

The 45th President of America concluded by saying legal documents were currently being prepared in order to ensure he is no longer part of his business commitments and that “The Presidency is a far more important task!”


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