Rudy Giuliani on Sunday dismissed any concerns that Donald TrumpDonald TrumpDeputy AG: DOJ investigating fake Trump electors Former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz elected to Baseball Hall of Fame Overnight Health Care — Senators unveil pandemic prep overhaul MORE's business ties would be a conflict of interest when he becomes president. 


Giuliani, a top Trump adviser, said Americans would just have to trust the integrity of the president-elect, and that Trump wouldn't make decisions solely to benefit his company. 

"I think he's in a very unusual situation... I think you're going to have to fashion something that is very comfortable, something that's fair, something that assures the American people," Giuliani said on CNN's "State of the Union."

Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, announced last week that Trump's three oldest children would control a "blind trust" for the president-elect.

But they will also serve on Trump's presidential team executive committee and have input about who he picks for key administration posts. 

Critics have called the plan a fuzzy setup that would blur the lines between Trump and his money. 

But Giuliani rejected any claims that Trump would make decisions while president to enrich himself. 

"There's no perfect way to do this. You have to have some confidence in the integrity of the president... I don't think there's any real fear or suspicion that he's seeking to enrich himself by being president." 

Giuliani was critical of a blind trust setup, arguing that some would still question whether Trump is making decisions based on his company. 

Giuliani added that Trump's children would stop advising him after he officially becomes president.   

"Once he gets into government, they will not be advising him. There will have to be a wall between them with regard to government matters."