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Trevor Noah on Donald Trump's Business Conflicts: 'We Don't Need Someone Who Is Distracted'

Nov 29, 2016

Trevor Noah returned to The Daily Show on Monday night to offer his take on the conflicts of interest President-elect Donald Trump is facing between his sprawling business empire and his soon-to-be-new job.

"He’ll be the first Commander-in-Chief who’s doing president as his part-time job," Noah said. Comparing the world to a Trump Monopoly game board, Noah noted how Trump's properties and business ties across the globe have already raised questions about priorities he'll pursue in foreign and domestic policy.

Noah also suggested that Trump's business interests might make for a "less focused" president.

"But people who voted for Trump said they wanted someone who would run America like a business," he said. "More and more though, it seems like Trump is running America for his business. Maybe you should put that on a hat."

Watch the full clip above.

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