A general view of the construction site of the luxury apartment block The Park, also dubbed “Trump Tower,” in Mumbai, India, on July 31, 2015. The development is not owned by President-elect Donald Trump, but bears his name under a license agreement. (Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/Getty Images)
November 22, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump recently with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and also with three Indian businessmen. One meeting was in his capacity as the next president of the United States, the other as a private business person looking to build a property in Mumbai.
Trump’s business dealings — unprecedented for an American president — are raising questions among legal analysts and business ethicists. Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd talks with Kevin Hall (@KevinGHall), chief economics correspondent for McClatchy newspapers.
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