Professor Arthur Hellman Comments to AP on President-Elect Donald Trump's Conflicts of Interest

The Associated Press recently relied on Pitt Law Professor and ethicist Arthur Hellman's expertise to asses the unprecedented business-related conflicts of interest of President-Elect Donald Trump. 

Professor Hellman told the Associated Press he does not believe any U.S. court, much less the Supreme Court, has ever interpreted the emoluments clause. "There is nothing that sheds much light on questions raised by foreign officials giving something or engaging in activities that could be construed as emoluments to Trump or his businesses," he said. 

Read more in Conflict Rules Hardly the Same for President, Others on ABCNews.

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