> But the call from a senior Trump executive to the CEO of Marriott, which manages more than 6,000 hotels, raised the awkward matter of how American companies interact with a business owned by the president.
It's almost like there might be a conflict of interest there or something....
I live a block away from this disaster. It's been pretty much horrible from any point of view (construction, costs, residential, business, etc.) There's a mini mall inside that's slowly becoming a ghost site, and this is while being located in some of the hottest real estate in the country. Feel free to AMA.
Trump is going to get slammed with RICO once he leaves the White House. He'll have his day in court and the schadenfreude will be felt around the globe.
Too dirty, for...PANAMA. Let that sink in.
not until they round up the bags of cash
>but his company won't go
Super misleading...They are in contract arbitration.
My partner is working in Panama City right now, a few blocks from this place. He said that Panamanians despise this building (and Trump), and his client took him to tour it just to tell them the awful things about it. Waiting for the stories when he returns...
Every day the awful Drumpf is moving closer to his inevitable impeachment. 2018 is looking bright for politics, though we are still in dark nazi times.