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Carl Icahn denied profiting from his advice-giving role — a possibility raised by critics who had asked administration officials to investigate his work. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams, File)

(Bloomberg) – Carl Icahn’s role as a special regulatory adviser to President Donald Trump has ended after questions were raised by Democratic lawmakers about potential conflicts of interest with his business dealings in oil refining and insurance.


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