thedailybeast.com - 7 days ago
Trump’s D.C. Hotel Sells Clothes Made in China, Vietnam, Peru During ‘Made In America’ Week
President Donald Trump has declared this week Made in America week, a celebration of United States-based manufacturing and domestic economic consumption.
At the newest jewel in the Trump business empire, however, the gift shop is a marketplace drawn from a globalists’ dream. Finding the gift shop in the Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. is not easy. It’s tucked behind the hotel itself, around a Starbucks and past a table that alerts visitors that no firearms are permitted past that point. On Monday morning, no one was permitted in before 9 a.m. It’s a small room and the first impression you get, upon entering, is that the proprietors are indeed imbued with a patriotic spirit. The “Trump Washington D.C.” -- replete with the Trump family insignia -- that hangs from the racks at the entrance is made in the US of A. It costs you $32 but, to be fair, it’s 100% cotton. That’s basically the extent of the American-made products though.
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