Demand House Oversight Committee Republicans open an investigation into Trump’s conflicts of interest.
Until an investigation is initiated
President-elect Trump’s business and financial conflicts of interest both at home and abroad are obvious and blatant. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), Chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, has the power to bring Trump’s financial interests under investigation by the Committee, and should do immediately.
Ranking member Elijah Cummings has now submitted two letters signed by all seventeen Democratic committee members, the second on November 28th, 2016, demanding the investigation. Chaffetz has so far ignored them. [Read the Press Release and Letter]
- Representative Jason Chaffetz, Chair
Washington D.C. office (202) 225-7751
Provo, Utah office (801) 851-2500
- Republican Committee Members on the House Oversight Committee (Click the yellow button under their name to be directed to their website where you can find their contact numbers)
“I am a concerned citizen asking when Congressman Chaffetz will open his investigation into President-elect Trump’s conflicts of interest. As Chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Government reform, Representative Chaffetz should be equally committed to investigating Trump as he was to inspecting Secretary Clinton’s emails. When can I expect Congressman Chaffetz to launch his investigation or provide his reasoning not to open a probe?”
“I’m —- —– , a constituent calling to let the committee know that I support Rep. Elijah Cummings’s call for a bipartisan review of Trump’s potential business conflicts of interest before he’s sworn in as president. Please ask Chairman Chaffetz to immediately begin conducting a review. I want the Committee to make sure Trump and his advisors comply with all legal and regulatory ethical requirements.”
Demand Oversight Commitee Chair Chaffetz be equally committed to investigating Trump’s conflicts of interest as much as he did Secretary Clinton’s emails. Here’s how: