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An attorney for Summer Zervos said she will drop the suit if Trump admits wrongdoing.
President-elect’s refusal to divest from vast holdings means political appointees face awkward decisions affecting the boss’s bottom line.
The uncorroborated allegations are said to include information on his personal life and finances.
President-elect resists liquidating assets but seems to sense risk being drawn into ethics fights.
Judge Gonzalo Curiel, whom Trump had accused of being biased because of his Mexican heritage, declared the settlement agreement “fair.”
A bipartisan group, including allies of top Trump aide Stephen K. Bannon, urged Trump to divest from his business.
The program returns to NBC Jan. 2 with former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as its host.
In “Today” show interview, the president-elect said he sold his shares because he felt he was likely to win the presidential election and didn’t want such conflicts.
A day of surprise announcements and criticism of Boeing raises fresh concerns.
The move will help combat conflict-of-interest worries about his $40 million portfolio.