Kathleen Clark

Washington University

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Kathleen Clark is a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis, focusing on ethics in government.

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Conflicts of interest

Alexander Hamilton warned about nepotism and conflicts of interest.  But, until the era of Donald Trump, they’ve been kept out of the White House.

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Can a president keep his financial empire and run the country at the same time?

A culture of conflict of interest in Washington

Can a president keep his financial empire and run the country at the same time?

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Can America's top law enforcement officer investigate himself?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is accused of "misleading" fellow Senators during his confirmation hearing — and possibly lying in response to written questions.

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