Reports suggest that at least 52 nights were reserved at the 5-star Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C.
T-Mobile US. Inc., a USA-based wireless network operator has admitted that its executives spent $195,000 on their stay at US President Donald Trump’s property —Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. — media across the world has reported.
According to Washington Post, T-Mobile’s executives reserved at least 52 nights at the 5-star luxury property. The wireless network’s patronage of the hotel saw a sharp rise after it announced its merger with Sprint in April. A merger that required Trump administration’s approval, the newspaper reported.
Reports also suggested that the amount of “roughly $195,000” was spent on meeting spaces, catering, business centre services and lodging among other things.