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Foreign officials spent more than $750,000 at Trump's D.C. hotel

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Documents released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee show extravagant spending from foreign leaders at former President Donald Trump's luxury hotel in Washington, D.C., which the committee says could have violated his oath of office by distorting U.S. foreign policy for personal financial gain.

Government officials from Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the People's Republic of China collectively spent over $750,000 at the Trump International Hotel during his presidency, according to committee chairwoman Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., and, she said, did so "at sensitive times for those countries' relations with the United States."

The documents — hotel ledgers from Trump's former accounting firm, Mazars USA LLP — were released in connection with a letter Maloney sent to the National Archives and Records Administration on Monday. That letter requested presidential records to determine whether Trump's business was a conflict of interest and in violation of the Constitution's Emoluments Clauses, designed to prevent corruption and foreign influence on federal officers.


Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

WASHINGTON — The Trump family has struck a deal with a Saudi-based real estate company to license its name to a housing and golf complex that will be built in Oman, renewing a swirl of questions about former President Donald J. Trump’s mixing of politics and business just as he appears poised to announce a third presidential candidacy.

News of the deal, the first such international marketing agreement the Trump Organization has negotiated since Mr. Trump left the White House, emerged as the former president already faces a string of investigations into his business.

The project is slated to be built in Muscat, Oman, on a hillside adjacent to the Gulf of Oman, and will include a golf resort, villas and two hotels, a company executive said.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/14/us/politics/trump-organization-oman-saudi.html

While conservatives flail about with unsubstantiated claims about Uncle Joe, Don's grift is exposed for all to see.
 

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Documents released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee show extravagant spending from foreign leaders at former President Donald Trump's luxury hotel in Washington, D.C., which the committee says could have violated his oath of office by distorting U.S. foreign policy for personal financial gain.

Government officials from Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the People's Republic of China collectively spent over $750,000 at the Trump International Hotel during his presidency, according to committee chairwoman Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., and, she said, did so "at sensitive times for those countries' relations with the United States."

The documents — hotel ledgers from Trump's former accounting firm, Mazars USA LLP — were released in connection with a letter Maloney sent to the National Archives and Records Administration on Monday. That letter requested presidential records to determine whether Trump's business was a conflict of interest and in violation of the Constitution's Emoluments Clauses, designed to prevent corruption and foreign influence on federal officers.


Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

WASHINGTON — The Trump family has struck a deal with a Saudi-based real estate company to license its name to a housing and golf complex that will be built in Oman, renewing a swirl of questions about former President Donald J. Trump’s mixing of politics and business just as he appears poised to announce a third presidential candidacy.

News of the deal, the first such international marketing agreement the Trump Organization has negotiated since Mr. Trump left the White House, emerged as the former president already faces a string of investigations into his business.

The project is slated to be built in Muscat, Oman, on a hillside adjacent to the Gulf of Oman, and will include a golf resort, villas and two hotels, a company executive said.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/14/us/politics/trump-organization-oman-saudi.html

While conservatives flail about with unsubstantiated claims about Uncle Joe, Don's grift is exposed for all to see.
 

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Is Trump in the room with you right now?
 

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This must be part of the reason why enemy democrats can't actually pin a crime on Trump. Trump International DC was sold to CGI Merchant Group in Miami for 375 million. They can rent to whoever they want for however much they want to charge.

Trump is always a step ahead. And, the money was used to completely pay off Deutche Bank.
 

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Documents released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee show extravagant spending from foreign leaders at former President Donald Trump's luxury hotel in Washington, D.C., which the committee says could have violated his oath of office by distorting U.S. foreign policy for personal financial gain.

Government officials from Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the People's Republic of China collectively spent over $750,000 at the Trump International Hotel during his presidency, according to committee chairwoman Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., and, she said, did so "at sensitive times for those countries' relations with the United States."

The documents — hotel ledgers from Trump's former accounting firm, Mazars USA LLP — were released in connection with a letter Maloney sent to the National Archives and Records Administration on Monday. That letter requested presidential records to determine whether Trump's business was a conflict of interest and in violation of the Constitution's Emoluments Clauses, designed to prevent corruption and foreign influence on federal officers.


Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

WASHINGTON — The Trump family has struck a deal with a Saudi-based real estate company to license its name to a housing and golf complex that will be built in Oman, renewing a swirl of questions about former President Donald J. Trump’s mixing of politics and business just as he appears poised to announce a third presidential candidacy.

News of the deal, the first such international marketing agreement the Trump Organization has negotiated since Mr. Trump left the White House, emerged as the former president already faces a string of investigations into his business.

The project is slated to be built in Muscat, Oman, on a hillside adjacent to the Gulf of Oman, and will include a golf resort, villas and two hotels, a company executive said.

Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

While conservatives flail about with unsubstantiated claims about Uncle Joe, Don's grift is exposed for all to see.
You do know that America is called the land of opportunity, right? Trump is exercising it through his domestic businesses.
 

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Documents released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee show extravagant spending from foreign leaders at former President Donald Trump's luxury hotel in Washington, D.C., which the committee says could have violated his oath of office by distorting U.S. foreign policy for personal financial gain.

Government officials from Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the People's Republic of China collectively spent over $750,000 at the Trump International Hotel during his presidency, according to committee chairwoman Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., and, she said, did so "at sensitive times for those countries' relations with the United States."

The documents — hotel ledgers from Trump's former accounting firm, Mazars USA LLP — were released in connection with a letter Maloney sent to the National Archives and Records Administration on Monday. That letter requested presidential records to determine whether Trump's business was a conflict of interest and in violation of the Constitution's Emoluments Clauses, designed to prevent corruption and foreign influence on federal officers.


Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

WASHINGTON — The Trump family has struck a deal with a Saudi-based real estate company to license its name to a housing and golf complex that will be built in Oman, renewing a swirl of questions about former President Donald J. Trump’s mixing of politics and business just as he appears poised to announce a third presidential candidacy.

News of the deal, the first such international marketing agreement the Trump Organization has negotiated since Mr. Trump left the White House, emerged as the former president already faces a string of investigations into his business.

The project is slated to be built in Muscat, Oman, on a hillside adjacent to the Gulf of Oman, and will include a golf resort, villas and two hotels, a company executive said.

Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

While conservatives flail about with unsubstantiated claims about Uncle Joe, Don's grift is exposed for all to see.
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Documents released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee show extravagant spending from foreign leaders at former President Donald Trump's luxury hotel in Washington, D.C., which the committee says could have violated his oath of office by distorting U.S. foreign policy for personal financial gain.

Government officials from Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the People's Republic of China collectively spent over $750,000 at the Trump International Hotel during his presidency, according to committee chairwoman Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., and, she said, did so "at sensitive times for those countries' relations with the United States."

The documents — hotel ledgers from Trump's former accounting firm, Mazars USA LLP — were released in connection with a letter Maloney sent to the National Archives and Records Administration on Monday. That letter requested presidential records to determine whether Trump's business was a conflict of interest and in violation of the Constitution's Emoluments Clauses, designed to prevent corruption and foreign influence on federal officers.


Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

WASHINGTON — The Trump family has struck a deal with a Saudi-based real estate company to license its name to a housing and golf complex that will be built in Oman, renewing a swirl of questions about former President Donald J. Trump’s mixing of politics and business just as he appears poised to announce a third presidential candidacy.

News of the deal, the first such international marketing agreement the Trump Organization has negotiated since Mr. Trump left the White House, emerged as the former president already faces a string of investigations into his business.

The project is slated to be built in Muscat, Oman, on a hillside adjacent to the Gulf of Oman, and will include a golf resort, villas and two hotels, a company executive said.

Trump Family Signs Deal With Saudi Real Estate Developer

While conservatives flail about with unsubstantiated claims about Uncle Joe, Don's grift is exposed for all to see.
Who wants a nice big bite of this juicy nothingburger. Extra cheese? Along with some delicious TDS? YUM.
 

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