The White House said Monday that President Trump has left his business empire, but the documentation has not been made public.
“He has resigned from the company, as he said he would, before he took office,” press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters at his first official press briefing.
“Don and Eric are fully in charge of the company,” he added, referring to the president’s two adult sons.
Spokeswoman Hope Hicks said the required separations documents are “not public at this time.”
ProPublica reported Friday that at that time, there was no record Trump had removed himself from his business empire.
To make the separation official, Trump is required to file paperwork in Florida, Delaware and New York. Officials in those states told the outlet those documents had not been received. (The Hill)