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Weekly recap: Romania PM stayed, White House merch in China made
Welcome to 1100 Pennsylvania, a newsletter devoted to President Donald Trump’s Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. (and his other companies). President Trump, of course, still owns his businesses and can profit from them.
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On Saturdays, we recap the week’s top stories; select the day to go to that issue.
Romanian PM staying at U.S. president’s hotel: In town for AIPAC, Viorica Dancila was spotted at the Trump Hotel D.C. on multiple nights
Purina Mills booked Trump’s ballroom
Round up: Trump’s weekend at his Mar-a-Lago club and his Palm Beach golf course
Gillibrand attacks hotel owner outside one of his New York properties
A former advisor to Bangladesh’s BNP political party who later was found guilty of fraud by a U.S. court, Zahid F. Sarder Saddi, returned to the U.S. president’s hotel.
The dining companion of the head of imports and exports at the U.K.’s Food Standards Agency enjoyed a lovely birthday treat at the U.S. president’s hotel.
The same Friday afternoon FEMA dumped news of a massive data breach, Department of Homeland Security Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen was back at her boss’s hotel.
Jim Jordan to headline PAC fundraiser at Trump Hotel Chicago
Life insurance executives to hold gala in presidential ballroom
Trump Store changes picture of soap to no longer show the White House
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Romanian PM report appears to draw hotel boss's ire
Vancouver hotel hosting Korean-Canadian investment conference tomorrow
House committee members angry at Interior over funding Old Post Office tower during shutdown
A lobbyist for the American Bankers Association, Sarah Ferman, ate bacon at the president’s hotel with Jamie Baker, the director of public policy for Rep. John Ratcliffe (R–TX)
Spotted: Rudy Giuliani and Romania's prime minister—The president’s attorney, who’s made overtures to Romania, dined within feet of Viorica Dancila at the Trump Hotel D.C.
Trump Store selling White House merch made in China, Thailand
Hotel welcomes Family Research Council’s Christian Heritage Tour and Summit today
Washington Post: Investigators reviewing Trump’s ‘statements of financial condition’ for possible fraud
Run by loyal Trump customer, Liberty University landed Pentagon contract
According to the Trump Hotel D.C.’s managing director, Mickael Damelincourt, the U.S. president’s company just booked a bunch of foreign business
Thanks for reading. If you like what you saw, tell someone—and support this work by paying for a subscription. If you’ve been forwarded this newsletter, subscribe for yourself at zacheverson.substack.com. Questions? Read our FAQ/manifesto. Tips or feedback? Contact me, Zach Everson, securely via email at 1100Pennsylvania@protonmail.com or on Signal at 202.804.2744.