Approval of the deal comes after T-Mobile executives spent nearly $200,000 at Trump's hotel in Washington, D.C., another personal profit for Trump.
Trump earned more than $1.6 million from both the federal government and Republican campaigns which have used his hotels -- in 2017 alone.
In the palaces and coffeehouses of Riyadh, Saudi princes wonder how they escaped the list of banned Muslim countries on Trump's executive order, despite their country's connection to 9/11. To Danziger, it is no mystery.
District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Jennifer Di Toro ruled on Wednesday that Trump must testify in New York about Andres' restaurant deal at Trump's luxury Washington hotel.