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    Chutzpah Hospitality

    By on October 21, 2019 in See It Here

    I want to congratulate our president who has been known to use the word “me” more often than the word “you” although he will say what seems to work for him will also work for “you.”

    Mr. Trump has been criticized for suggesting only his Doral resort in Florida can handle next June’s G-7 Summit after his staff reviewed 11 other possible venues. In a Saturday tweet our president changed his mind as a result of the usual suspects-Democrats and Media.

    Let’s look at words for a moment: It is his property in Doral and his staff looked at the other places (which were never named) and decided his place was the best of all.


    There might have been a staff traveling to the other 11 venues, inspecting security,transportation to and from the nearest airport,accommodating food requirements and cultures and whatever else a staff needs to know when seven world leaders are in one place for a weekend.

    Mr. Trump says he would have done this “at cost” and not made any profit had the summit occurred at his place.


    He did the right thing by listening to people who said your idea doesn’t look good.

    His Acting Chief of Staff defended the president saying he’s still in the hospitality business.

    He’s in the presidency business and the world needs more than good parties these days.

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