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Trump Organization: Will the Trump Organization's foreign business deals be a threat to national security and U.S. foreign policy?

  • His ties are too strong

    Trump has too many ties to foreign businesses and banks to be considered trustworthy when it comes to setting policy as president. A foreign banks holds a ton of his debt, so what happens when that country puts pressure on him for a favorable trade policy? He has to cut those ties.

  • Trump is a threat already

    There's no telling how deep in the muck Donald Trump's foreign dealings get to, and Trump certainly isn't going to come out and say it. Knowing his ego and his desire to just get the job done, I'm sure that there's dirt all over the world about Trump's dealings. Luckily he's not going to win, so he can continue to just be a blowhard.

  • Yes, the Trump Organization's foreign business deals might influence Mr. Trump's decisions on certain issues if he becomes president.

    Yes, the Trump Organization's foreign business deals might influence Mr. Trump's decisions on certain issues if he becomes president. It is my opinion that if Mr. Trump is elected to the presidency he should resign and sever ties with his business organization. More often that not his business dealings with foreign companies may compromise his decisions on foreign policy and national security.

  • Trump's international business dealings are certain to present a conflict of interest were he elected President.

    Donald Trump makes no attempts to portray himself as a steady hand in international dealings or as someone who is concerned with strengthening ties with allies and guarding relationships with potential adversaries. The fact that Trump has had innumerable business dealings for his own profit in many countries -- with some leaving behind allegations of improprieties -- renders him impotent were he elected to lead national security and foreign policy.

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