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Trump's D.C. Hotel Poised For Sale And Rebranding As Waldorf Astoria Astoria Istoria Rebranding For  ...

The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., as a gathering place for Trump supporters, is expected to sell and re-brand it a Waldorf Astoria, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

The agreement between the Trump Organization and the CGI Merchant Group is $375 million, less than $500 million that Trump's business reportedly had sought.

The Hilton Hotel is a luxurious brand of Waldorf Astoria.

It was a favorite place for members of the administration to gather during his term, as well as the president himself, a haven in a heavily Democratic city. But during the presidential elections, demonstrators wanted to stay in the expensive room to woo the administration. For a quick example, these countries grew up in an area of affluent political climate.

The general administration has been investigating whether the full extent of those profits have been disclosed to the American treasury. The committee has also been investigating other potential conflicts of interest.

In 2016, Trumps hotel drank a large sum of $70 million in his time in office. The hotel opened just months before being elected.

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