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    Trump Wants to Delegate Control of Business to Sons, Keep Share in Enterprise

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    US President-elect Donald Trump is reportedly considering to delegate control of his Trump Organization company to his adult sons, however, he wants to maintain a share in business.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The politician and his legal team was discussing the variants of delegating control of the Trump Organization to his sons Eric and Donald Jr., who were serving as executive vice presidents in the company, The New York Times newspaper reported Wednesday, adding that Trump had an intention to keep a stake in the business.

    The media outlet added that Trump's daughter Ivanka, who was also executive vice president, also discussed the possibility to "take a leave of absence" from the Trump Organization that could be a sign of her intention to move to Washington after he father would move to the White House.

    On Tuesday, Trump's spokesman Jason Miller said that he had already sold all of the company stock he owned.


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