In just nine days, Donald Trump will take his place at the White House after his inauguration.
Today, the businessman is giving his first press conference since he won the presidency. The conference comes the morning after President Obama’s emotional farewell address in Chicago.
Topics likely to be brought up at the conference are the recent allegations involving Russian spies, his stance on ObamaCare as well as he recent Twitter tirade at Meryl Streep.
This week, CNN published a shocking report alleging intelligence officials told Trump that Russian spies have compromising personal and financial information on him to which Trump denied on Twitter and echoed Russia’s denial calling it “utter nonsense.”
His plans to replace ObamaCare will also be questioned and in his campaign, Trump called for a wall to be placed along the U.S.-Mexico border so will he clarify what he is going to do?
His role as a top businessman has been questioned many times since it was announced that Trump would be President and in December, he canceled a press conference where he would have outlined how he will handle any business conflicts of interests whilst in the White House.
He took to Twitter once again to tweet that “no new deals” would be made during his presidency and his sons would take over Trump tower.
But will he be asked about his recent public war-of-words with actress Meryl Streep?
At the Golden Globes, Meryl Streep called out Donald Trump, despite not mentioning the president-elect by name. George Clooney and Robert De Niro were quick to defend their friend and voice their support.
Following the awards, the president-elect tweeted a series of comments lambasting Streep’s speech and referred to her as “one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood” and “a Hillary flunky who lost big.”