President Trump raised many eyebrows when he hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-A-Lago, his private club in Florida, where he was photographed golfing and socializing with other club members. Some critics say Trump hosting foreign dignitaries and conducting presidential business in public at one of his properties is a major conflict of interest. Supporters, however, believe as long as Trump makes good deals, who cares where he does them? What do you think?
Is it unethical for Trump to host dignitaries at properties he owns?
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