The Office of Government Ethics on 30th November cheered Donald Trump's announcement and welcomed his decision to leave his business in total. As they believe, President-elect would now be able to focus significantly on the American presidency.
OGE has sent more than nine tweets that not only applauded his decision but said it'd be good for America as well. It was unusual from OGE as they're hardly spotted communicating with a politician at a personal level on social media platforms.
For the first time, Office of Government Ethics praised someone in their Tweets, "We can't repeat enough how good this total divestiture will be."
"We told your counsel we'd sing your praises if you divested, we meant it."
"Like everyone else, we were excited this morning to read the President-elect's twitter feed indicating that he wants to be free of conflicts of interest."
OGE Spokesperson Seth Jaffe said in a statement. "Divestiture resolves conflicts of interest in a way that transferring control does not," Jaffe added. "We don't know the details of their plan, but we are willing and eager to help them with it."
As It wasn't expected from President-elect Trump to take this as seriously as he is taking, which is a real signature indeed that he's trying to do something better with the opportunity that he has got.
His complete focus is to Make America Great Again! And he has already taken some significant steps towards it.
We know that Trump would have to leave business legally to ensure that he doesn't break any law and constitution of America, but the use of 'visually important' word in his tweet has already made things complicated.
So, it can be expected that Trump would be announcing something huge related to conflict of interest on 15th December that will not only affect the success of America but other major countries as well.
Americans are feeling a sense of confidence to live under Trump's government looking at the major decisions he has taken so far, but President-elect needs to make more such decisions to win the heart of American citizens.
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