“We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals,” Trump said. “We’re going to rebuild our infrastructure, which will become, by the way, second to none. And we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild it.”All over America people are going back to work, for Mr. Eric Trump's 'Build America Great Again" construction company. It's part of President Trump"s $4 trillion Infrastructure plan.
"Trump International", bringing jobs to India, Russia, Ukraine, Vietnam, Thailand, Argentina South Korea and other countries.
All over the world people are going back to work at "Trump International", "Making the world great again".
President Trump might even get to dress up.
"War for fun and profit".
Keep in mind that the "Invasion of Iraq" was the Bush family and friends attempt to take control of the second largest oil field on earth.
We're not just getting a president we're getting a brand.
Will the Stars and Stripes be replaced with a T on a red feild framed in gold?
Presidents are not subject to most federal ethics and conflict-of-interest laws, so Mr. Trump won’t be required to sell or give up control of his companies when he takes office in January. In the recent past, this hasn’t been a problem, because presidents by tradition put their assets — stocks, bonds and real estate — into blind trusts, run by independent managers, to avoid even the appearance of a conflict of interest.
Mr. Trump, however, says that he intends to give control of the Trump Organization and the more than 500 limited liability companies through which he owns his assets to three of his adult children — Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka. But this won’t dissociate him from his businesses; members of his family aren’t independent from him. And they are already intimately involved in his transition team. On Monday, CBS News reported that the transition team was looking into the possibility of seeking top-level security clearances for the Trump children, but Mr. Trump tweeted Wednesday that he was not seeking such security clearances for them.
Even if he no longer manages his businesses directly, Mr. Trump will continue to own them and his family will be involved in deals, both foreign and domestic, to develop real estate projects or license his brand. He will still be aware of the existence of his business interests and how his actions as president will affect them. The conflicts between his private interests and his public role will be impossible to untangle.
The New York Times