Donald Trump sold all of his stock holdings in June, a transition spokesman said Tuesday, potentially helping the president-elect avoid some conflicts of interest when he takes office in January.
Aides did not provide documents to confirm the sales.
Trump's potential investment conflicts came to the forefront Tuesday, as he threatened to cancel a Boeing contract for a new Air Force One, saying it was too expensive. Trump previously owned shares of the aerospace and defense giant.
When asked about the Boeing shares, Trump spokesman Jason Miller told reporters Tuesday that Trump "sold all his stock in June."