Walter M. Straub Jr. is the Director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics. He delivered a fascinating dissertation on the situational ethics of President-Inept Donald Trump to the Brookings Institute today.
He noted his office negotiated with Secretary of State Nominee, Rex Tillerson the CEO of Exxon. Straub says Tillerson is making a "clean break...forfeiting bonus payments worth millions...he's now free of financial conflicts of interest."
The Tillerson ethics agreement is said to "...serve as a sterling model for what we'd (the Office of Government Ethics) like to see with other nominees. Straub goes on to say "We've has similar success with some of the President-elect's other intended nominees. Some of them haven't quite gotten there yet,...."
Where Straub goes from there about Mr. Trump's situational ethics is most interesting. This is the stuff that feeds a need for impeachment. A President is not the same as a CEO of a private corporation. Trump's less than half-hearted machinations on his tepid attempt to appear that he is inoculated from conflicts of interest, real and perceived are very disturbing.
I commend that you take the time to read this report by an independent public servant, and one who Trump can't fire or replace for the next two years at least.