Paying for proximity to a president
Just four days after Donald Trump’s surprise election victory, the Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue held a marketing event aimed at encouraging foreign diplomats to stay at the hotel while in Washington on official state business. The promotion suggested – none too subtly – that visiting diplomats might find it to their benefit to check into the Trump International Hotel before making the five-minute journey down the road to meet the president in the...
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