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Until Donald Trump, U.S. presidents and vice presidents went to extremes to avoid conflicts of interest—real or apparent.

With Tiger Woods at the Trump National Doral

Before being confirmed as Gerald Ford’s vice president in 1974, Nelson Rockefeller allowed more than 400 investigators from the General Accounting Office, the FBI, and the IRS to review his assets, which included his family interests in Standard Oil and Chase Manhattan. President Jimmy Carter sold his family peanut farm before he was

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