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Could not happen to a nicer guy. With all the talk about Trump’s successful businesses one has to think about the damage he’s creating to his brand. I know that conventions are going to be less controversial if booked at a different Hotel. His name is now synonymous with a disdain for Mexicans, Muslims, and a whole slew of other people including the disabled. So, let’s talk about the blind trust that he plans to put his Holdings into if he becomes president. I don’t believe he understands what a blind trust is although his speech when he announced it did seem to be hedging whether or not it was really a blind trust when your sons and daughter control it. A blind trust is where you put your Holdings somewhere where you have absolutely no idea of what’s going on Within them. It’s almost impossible for him to put his Holdings into a blind trust. He would need to sell them. And you know Trump ego won’t allow the names Trump to come off of all of those buildings. He’s making deals with dictators all over the world and you think that that’s not going to have some sort of impact on our foreign policy? Of course it will and all of the self-restraint that Ivanka claims she will yield will be overwritten by her too ass like brothers.

So I hope that if you or your company or your industry is planning and Convention that you make it quite clear that you don’t want to stay at a Trump Hotel.

AVB 

http://m.southcoasttoday.com/zz/elections/20160918/new-hotel-hurting-because-of-trump-name-on-it

Exterior of the Trump International Hotel in downtown Washington, Monday, Sept. 12, 2016. The luxury hotel Donald Trump has built in an iconic downtown Washington building is set to open. The Trump International Hotel will begin serving guests Monday. There won’t be any fanfare around the opening, which is known as a “soft opening.” Grand-opening ceremonies are being planned for October. The Trump Organization won a 60-year lease from the federal government to transform the Old Post Office building on Pennsylvania Avenue into a hotel. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

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