So far, Donald Trump has refused to place his businesses in a blind trust, but plans to keep them in the hands of his adult children, with whom he has regular professional consultation. It’s more of a squinting trust arrangement, in which Donald Trump will
No one at EPIC seems willing to consider the lessons of the fundamentally-flawed “ethnographic” research that has been conducted by the group’s presenters in partnership with Wells Fargo over the years. EPIC has released no comment about its financial sponsorship by Wells Fargo. This is not what ethnography does. This is not what anthropology does.
By running for President on a platform of practically eliminating above-the-board taxes on the wealthy, Donald Trump is merely moving to consolidate his power, by bringing the official American government and the plutocratic shadow government together, under his own tight fist.