Is nepotism actually good? | The Tylt
Donald Trump has been criticized for stacking his administration with family members. Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is in charge of bringing peace to the Middle East, fixing the opioid epidemic, and restructuring the government. Eric Trump says nepotism is "a beautiful thing," because it's about families building something together. Who else do you trust more than family? But critics say nepotism is a form of corruption and only blocks more deserving candidates from taking on important roles. What do you think?
Is nepotism actually good?
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