Ivanka Trump brand applies for, wins more China trademarks
SHANGHAI (AP) — The Ivanka Trump brand is pushing to protect intellectual property in China, winning approvals for four more trademarks since April 20 despite repeated questions from lawmakers about whether she is using her position in the White House to help her company.
On Monday, Democratic lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee said the new trademark approvals illustrate how President Donald Trump's daughter — who also serves as a White House adviser — could use her official position for personal benefit.
"We remain concerned that Ivanka Trump may have used and may continue to... read more
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