Donald Trump buzzed into the nation’s capital on Wednesday for a few hours, helping launch the grand opening of his new hotel that sits just five blocks from the White House, where he hopes to take up residence next January.
“With the notable exception of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, this is the most coveted piece of real estate in Washington, D.C.,” Trump said, as he said his renovation of the Old Post Office Pavilion is a metaphor for what he wants to do nationwide.
“My theme today is five words, “under budget” and “ahead of schedule,” that’s what we did,” Trump said to [More]
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