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WASHINGTON, March 23 (Reuters) - The luxury Trump International Hotel in Washington does not violate federal conflict-of-interest rules that bar elected officials from taking part in a lease of federal property, the U.S. General Services Administration said on Thursday.
Critics had charged that the hotel housed in a former post office building constituted a conflict of interest for President Donald Trump. But the GSA, the federal government's property management arm, said in a letter made public that the issue had been resolved with the president's son, Donald Trump Jr., taking over as head of the company that runs it. (Reporting by Eric Beech; Editing by Peter Cooney)