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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has ended his role as a special regulatory adviser to President Donald Trump after questions were raised about potential conflicts of interests with his business dealings.
Carl Icahn announced Friday that he is stepping down from his presidential advisory role. This will confirm our conversation today in which we agreed that I would cease to act as special advisor to the President on issues relating to regulatory reform. As I discussed with you, I've received a number of inquiries over the last month regarding the recent appointment of Neomi Rao as Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (or "regulatory czar," as the press has dubbed her)...
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