Call Jason Chaffetz - investigate Trump's conflicts of interest

President-elect Trump’s business empire exposes him -- and us -- to massive, unprecedented conflicts of interest. The good news is both the House and the Senate can do something. The House Oversight Committee can hold investigations and the Senate has a new bill from Sen. Elizabeth Warren that would require Trump to disclosure and divest from his businesses.

As House Oversight Chairman, your representative Jason Chaffetz has a duty to hold elected officials to the highest possible ethical standards. Instead, he’s using his power to bully those who seek to hold Donald Trump accountable.

Please call your Representative, Jason Chaffetz, on his Washington, D.C. line at (202) 225-7751 or his office in Provo at (801) 851-2500 & tell him to investigate Donald Trump's conflicts of interest:

Talking points:

  • I think America deserves elected officials who act for our national interest, not their own personal gain.

  • Donald Trump’s has massive, unprecedented conflicts of interest -- and if Congress doesn’t act his administration will be compromised the moment he takes office.

  • As House Oversight Chairman, Chaffetz has a duty to hold elected officials to the highest possible ethical standards. Instead, he’s using his power to bully those who seek to hold Donald Trump accountable.

  • As chair of the House Oversight Committee, you must fully investigate Trump's conflicts of interest.

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