Clinton has 20 questions for Trump on his 'dangerous foreign business ties' and national security risks

Responding to the bombshell Kurt Eichenwald cover story in Newsweek on Donald Trump's tangled web of foreign business matters and the national security risks they'd pose if Trump were elected, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has questions. Twenty of them.

"Almost every foreign policy decision [Trump] makes will raise serious conflicts of interest," writes Eichenwald in Newsweek.

"From deals with known terrorists and dictators, like Muammar el-Qaddafi, to ties with controversial Russian figures, Trump's business career is full of sketchy relationships with foreign countries," Clinton's campaign responded today. "According to Newsweek, these ties would directly influence America's standing with allies, like South Korea, and adversaries, like Iran, if he becomes president."

20 questions Donald Trump needs to answer about his business—and the national security risk it poses