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Dozens of former high-ranking national security officials released an open letter to Donald Trump via The New York Times this morning (Monday). They asked the GOP presidential nominee to immediately disclose the nature of his overseas business relationships.
Michael J. Morell, a former acting director of the CIA, and Michael G. Vickers, a former undersecretary of defense for intelligence, drafted the memo. Signers include prominent Republicans such as Michael Chertoff, who led the Department of Homeland Security under former President George W. Bush, and Paul D. Wolfowitz, Bush's deputy secretary of defense.
The letter points out that Trump has not yet "revealed to the American public his international business relationships, even as it becomes increasingly clear that his overseas ties could well constitute significant conflicts of interest when it comes to charting U.S. foreign policy," reported The New York Times.
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And the officials don't stop at asking Trump to reveal his international business ventures…
They also wish him to divest himself of his overseas business interests entirely, should he win the November election.