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Thread: House Judiciary hearing on T-Mobile-Sprint merger covers Trump hotel stays

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    Quote Originally Posted by shilohcane View Post
    So according to this story....

    "The questions regarding T-Mobile executives’ Trump hotel stays is in regard to a Washington Post report that T-Mo execs had stayed at least 52 nights at the Trump hotel in D.C. in the 10 months since the merger’s announcement. T-Mobile has confirmed that it spent $195,000 at the hotel since the merger’s announcement out of a total of $1.4 million total that it spend at D.C. hotels during that time."

    So T-Mobile spent $1,205,000 million in other Washington DC hotels that were not Trump's hotel.

    House Judiciary subcommittee hearing on T-Mobile-Sprint merger covers Trump hotel stays, Huawei network equipment, and more
    Yeah my figure of 120K is way off. Either way, people who use this whole Trump hotel excuse are just plain salty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmccull View Post
    Read carefully. You claimed that ’if Obama had a hotel.’ My point is that this type of conflict has never occurred before.
    No, but someone might have a pet "charity" that, were you to donate a few million bucks to, might buy you special access.

    P.S. JL does have a history of staying at Trump hotels. There was a famous Twitter storm generated by one stay a few years before Trump was elected.
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    A whole big *** double patty nothing burger.

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    Thread closed. This discussion has not been centered on T-Mobile, but more on politics...we have a section for political discussion, I suggest you use it.

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