From Business Insider
President-elect Donald Trump announced on Twitter early Wednesday morning that he would leave his business "in total" to avoid conflict of interests and "fully focus on running the country."
He added that legal documents were being drafted that would remove him "completely" from business operations.
Trump, the chairman and president of the Trump Organization, said he would discuss the move at a December 15 press conference in New York City with his children, to whom he has said he plans to leave control of his business.
Thoughts? I saw this on Twitter as it happened, right after the whole recount fiasco in PA did not come to fruition (Stein missed the deadline).
Now it'll be hard for his critics in the media to say that he's not committed to running the country.
I would think mainstream media comes up with some other claim to persuade more Americans to join the whole #NotPresident thing. I doubt that it matters. Trump won the office and will become President on January 20, 2017.
What do you think of his move?