U.S. president-elect Donald Trump won't be making an announcement this week about how he plans to step back from his massive business holdings. His spokesman says a previously scheduled press conference will be postponed until January. Eve Johnson reports
If you're waiting to see how Donald Trump plans to juggle his business empire with America's top job...you'll have to wait a little longer. The president-elect on Monday pushing back a news conference scheduled for December 15th. He'll be spilling the details on the fate of the Trump Organization next month, instead sometime before his January 20th inauguration Trump's hotels and golf resorts stretch around the world - from Panama to Scotland He's also got a winery and a modelling agency. Trump's been cagey about whether he plans to sell his holdings outright... although legal experts say that's the only way he'll be able to avoid massive conflicts of interest. Meanwhile, it seems he's finally made up his mind about who he wants for top diplomat... saying on Twitter that he'll be announcing his pick for Secretary of State on Tuesday. An inside source telling Reuters he's chosen Rex Tillerson, Exxon Mobil's CEO - whose cosy ties with Russia have stirred controversy... Democrats AND Republicans saying he'll likely face a battle in getting confirmed.