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Washington Post Predicted $2 Million LOSS For Trump’s New Hotel, But Look What REALLY Happened

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The Washington Post, AKA: Amazon Blog, predicted that President Trump’s new hotel in Washington, D.C. was going to have a loss of around $2 million for the first quarter of 2017, but something else entirely happened.

The liberal media would have us believe that Trump is the most unpopular president we’ve ever had, but the empirical evidence all around us seems to prove otherwise. Between the sizes of his rallies, his online support, and the fact that everywhere he goes he’s treated with a hero’s welcome, it’s hard to argue that he’s not popular.

Now, earnings reports are in for his new hotel that just opened in Washington, and the numbers give us yet another piece of evidence that the American people love their President.

Newsmax reported:

The Washington Post noted that the Trump Organization thought the hotel would lose $2.1 million in the first four months of 2017. The data, however, shows the property has made a healthy profit to the tune of $1.97 million.

Citing documents from the General Services Administration, the Post noted guests have spent an average of $652.98 per night to stay at the hotel, which includes not only room fees but also expenditures at the hotel bar and restaurant. That figure beat the company’s goal by 57 percent.

The hotel has played host to countless people and groups from both inside and outside the Trump administration who needed a place to stay in the city or to hold a meeting or larger event.

President Donald Trump’s critics have accused him of trying to make money off his presidency by way of the properties his company owns across the world. Trump has visited several of the golf courses he owns since becoming president, and he stayed at his Mar-a-Lago resort on multiple weekends earlier this year.

Unpopular? Not hardly.



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