During his campaign, Donald Trump touted his business experience as an asset to the presidency. Now, his critics warn that his many businesses endeavors and business relationships create ethical problems for the White House.
Among the firms with close ties to the President, there's one raising eyebrows that's based here in Los Angeles - real estate finance and development company, the CIM Group.
The privately held firm has been doing business with President Trump and his son-in-law and top advisor Jared Kushner for years.
Andrea Bernstein is senior editor of politics and policy at NPR member station, WNYC. She and her colleague, Ilya Marritz have been investigating the CIM-Trump connection.
Take Two's A Martinez spoke with Bernstein about CIM and Trump Worlds's business history, and how ethics experts say that relationship may come into play now that Trump and Kushner are in the White House.