It's been a busy week for the Trump family.
Google has this definition of nepotism:
nepotism - the practice among those with power or influence of favouring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs.
Usage: "his years in office were marked by corruption and nepotism"
Jared Kushner, Trump's son in law, has been appointed to help business-ify government. We've all thought at one point or another that the government wastes money...and so it would make sense to applaud a (or almost any) money-saving measure. Except...I wonder if this is the right person, and the right agency to do so?
Ivanka Trump will become an unpaid governmental employee, and will have an office in the White House. This is uncharted territory, as no previous president would have even considered it. With Trump's record of violating even the most basic of ethics codes, what new ways will they find to exploit the system?
Trump himself will be getting in on further action by breaking yet another campaign promise, and buying a second hotel in Washington, so he can further profit from his government.
Once again...is this America "winning", or the Trump family winning?