So said "Engine Charlie" Wilson, secretary of defense back in the Eisenhower administration. The statement caused a furor at the time. Democrats went into a tizzy. But in real life, things that helped GM, the largest corporation in the world in those days, were good for the country. When things were good for GM, they hired workers and spent money on supplies, parts, and new construction. All of which is good.
Trump's many enterprises are reasonably important to the country, not quite as big a deal as GM was back in the good old days, but big enough. It could be said that what's good for the Trump operations is good for the country. Democrats would howl, again, but it's true. President Trump's actions that help the Trump business empire will help plenty of other businesses. The newsies are yelping for Trump to do something, anything, to separate himself from the business empire he built. I don't see this as a real necessity. He has tweeted that he will turn the business[s] over to sons Eric and Donald. Both of whom have expressed love, loyalty, and respect for their old man during the campaign. I think both sons see the world about the same way The Donald does, and will run the Trump empire about the way The Donald would. And would listen to anything The Donald might suggest to them. After all they are immediate family and any President is entitled to talk to his immediate family, in confidence for that matter. I'm OK with that.