trump international hotel

The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., is no more.
Trump International Hotel, where lobbyists could mingle with government officials and put money into Donald Trump's pockets, is closing and changing hands.
"No one should be rewarded for providing false or misleading information to the federal government," the House Oversight Committee wrote.
Donald Trump is selling his “crown jewel” hotel in Washington for $375 million after years of financial losses.
The Trump International Hotel in Washington has been hemorrhaging cash.
Ever since ex-President Donald Trump left office, his Washington hotel looks like it is out of “The Shining.”
When the former president visited the restaurant at his D.C. hotel, he loved Diet Cokes, junk food and hearing Heinz ketchup bottles make "pop" sounds.
The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., is the place for Republicans to see and be seen during convention week.
“Most likely we’ll be standing 6 feet apart” in a “very, very interesting way," the president said last month.
The Trump administration agency that oversees federal buildings has until Wednesday to produce the necessary paperwork.