Trump's biggest potential conflict of interest is in his real estate assets

Forget the international partnerships and the DC hotel. The surest way to put money into Donald Trump's pocket is through his core real estate assets. More than 150 tenants—from foreign governments to big banks—throw him some $175 million a year without an accounting of who they are or how much they pay. Until now

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