A poll released in March found that 57 percent of Americans believe Trump is not honest.
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First came news a Chinese government-owned company had signed on to help build an Indonesian project that will include a U.S. President Donald Trump-branded hotel and golf course. Then, days later, Trump tweeted his administration would ease sanctions against a Chinese smartphone-maker accused of espionage. Such concerns have dogged Trump since he took office.To allay fears of conflicts, Trump promised to give the U.S. Treasury the profits from foreign stays at his hotels, which came to $151,470 .A Quinnipiac University National Poll released in March found that 57 percent of Americans believe Trump is not honest.MNC Land three years earlier struck a deal for the development to include a Trump-branded hotel, 400 luxury villas and condos, and an 18-hole championship golf course.James Schultz, a former associate White House counsel for Trump, said the argument that Trump was violating the emoluments clause merely because a theme park is being built near a Trump hotel property is "far-fetched".Just 72 hours after that deal was announced, Trump sent a tweet that marked what appeared to be a major reversal in the government's stance on massive Chinese phone company ZTE and on Trump's "America First" foreign policy.
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