Trump’s controversial hirings spark debate

Trump’s controversial hirings spark debate

Andrea Garcia

President-elect Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will place his two older sons, Donald. Jr, and Eric Trump, in charge of his multi-billion dollar organization. According to Huffington post, Sheri Dillon, a financial adviser at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, said that Trump’s sons would have no contact with their father while he serves as president, and the company will appoint an ethics adviser to oversee any possible conflicts.

Also, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump will resign positions in the family organization. He is also hiring his son-in-law Jared Kushner as senior adviser. His hiring of positions in his business as well as his politics has caused a tremendous amount of debate, as has his continually reported ties to Russia.