(PRWEB) December 09, 2016
Resolute home of the 2016 World Series winners and former home of Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan, midwestern America is also home to the Amazon Best Selling author, Jillion R. Rising.
On November 30th, 2016, the Washington Post published “Trump’s pledge to leave his business prompts calls to divest,” understanding the president-elect’s actions as an avoidance of appearance of conflict of interest. In the article, “In early-morning messages on Twitter, Trump left vague whether he would divest himself of his business interests or merely transfer day-to-day management to his children” and “in a series of casually worded tweets that were posted, removed and posted again, the Office of Government Ethics, the traditionally staid federal agency that often works closely with presidential transition teams," said that the “only way to resolve these conflicts of interest is to divest.” Rising will be launching a social media campaign for his book, sure to draw in attention of Americans who are interested in the role of voice of the people, for example, ethic committee calling on Trump to divest.
Rising’s Best Selling book, United We Stand: Don’t Tread on USA is a careful presentation of information for citizens to logically see what is taking place in America and form opinions on the roles of the voices of the people. Don’t Tread on USA significantly covers business, government, and the ability of the people to control their own destiny. Rising: “Even if your trench is gold-plated you better understand without the army of the American citizens fighting at your side the effectiveness of our businesses and government will cease to exist!”
For more information on Rising’s Amazon Best Seller and his logic on American business and government, please visit http://jillionrrising.com or contact us.
Link to article mentioned above: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/trumps-pledge-to-leave-his-business-prompts-calls-to-divest/2016/11/30/e5a12658-b746-11e6-b8df-600bd9d38a02_story.html?utm_term=.4110138caf7d