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The Trump Organization insists it locks down naming rights in foreign countries to prevent other entities from doing so and thus profiting off the valuable Trump name.
“[B]y pursuing new trademarks,” NPR reported, “the Trump Organization, which the president continues to own, may be laying the groundwork for expansions in China.”
“For a decade prior to his election as president, Donald Trump sought, with no success, to have lucrative and valuable trademarks granted in the world’s biggest market,” said Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland.
Much of Donald Trump’s branded clothing line, such as his now-iconic long red ties, is made in China.
They now may wonder if the president was seeking leverage for his businesses when he unsubtly hinted recently that it might be time to rethink the “One China” policy.
Donald Trump Latest News: Today in Trump, Mar. 9
PollsPresident Donald Trump appears to becoming more popular, although one new poll still has his deep under water.
Today in the Trump AdministrationCork Wine Bar sues Trump hotel over unfair competitionHow do you compete with a restaurant at President Donald Trump’s hotel down the road from the White House?
Travel banThe Justice Department moved Tuesday to dismiss the 9th Circuit appeal on President Trump’s original travel ban from late January.
Yet the Ways and Means panel’s approval of health care legislation only masked deeper problems Republican backers face.
Prescription Drug PricesPresident Trump meets with Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings about lower prescription drug prices, 2:30 p.m.Latest Trump Schedule:Mr. Trump has a busy schedule, but at this point, his meetings are closed.
For comparison purposes, Trump is copying former President Bill Clinton who fired all 93 U.S.
— Brian Cates (@drawandstrike) March 10, 2017From the New York Times:Still, some presidents have done it gradually, while keeping some inherited prosecutors in place, as it had appeared Mr. Trump would do with Mr. Bharara.
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) March 10, 2017Rep. John Conyers:Disturbing that 46 US Attorneys asked to resign.
https://t.co/unGjotofJd — Jonathan T Gilliam (@JGilliam_SEAL) March 10, 2017President Donald Trump channeled reality show host Donald Trump on Friday, via Attorney General Jeff Sessions, when he demanded the resignation of the remaining 46 Obama-era U.S.
President Barack Obama, for example, kept Mr. Rosenstein, who had been appointed by President George W. Bush.