When American Presidents Protect Foreign Governments...
If a blockbuster new report from Newsweek is any indication - a Donald Trump presidency would be one giant conflict of interest.
The problems stem from Trump's massive business empire - the Trump Organization.
According to journalist Kurt Eichenwald, who wrote the Newsweek piece, the company's "....[dealings] reach into so many countries that it is impossible to detail all the conflicts they present in a single issue of this magazine".
But here's the thing - as bad as Trump is - he's not the first American presidential candidate to have an unsavory relationship with a foreign government.
Both Bushes had deep financial ties to the Saudi royal family - and 15 years after 9/11 - some people still wonder whether those financial ties played a role in President George W. Bush's decision not to look too closely into a potential Saudi role in 9/11.
It was sketchy then - it's still sketchy now.
Which is why many people support a bill passed by Congress that would allow Americans to sue the Saudi government for the role it may have played in the 9/11 attacks.
They think a lawsuit could shed further light on the Bush-Saudi connection.
But do you know who doesn't support this bill?
He said he would veto it - because it "threatens American national security - and he did.
But is that really true?
Who's he trying to protect?