Trump brings legal, business complications to the White House

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In San Diego today, Gonzalo Curiel held a hearing in the ongoing civil fraud case against Trump University.  He's the federal judge Trump called biased because of his Mexican ancestry. That's one of dozens of lawsuits facing the President-elect and his global network of business interests.

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Norman Eisen was chief White House Ethics Lawyer in the first two years of the Obama Administration. A former diplomat, now at the Brookings Institution, Eisen has more on what the legacy of a businessman who boasts having never held political office will mean when he's in the White House.



  • Norman Eisen - Senior fellow in Governance Studies, Brookings Institution; founder and executive chair, States United Democracy Center; former ambassador, Czech Republic from 2011 to 2014 - @NormEisen


Warren Olney