Trump reportedly offers D.C. Hotel to National Guard, law enforcement
Former President Donald Trump has reportedly opened his International Hotel in Washington, D.C. to the National Guard this week, according to reports.
This follows the outrage at National Guard troops being forced to sleep in a parking garage Thursday night have been allowed back into the Capitol Complex on Friday, but they may have another place to crash: the Trump International Hotel.
“Trump International Hotel in D.C. houses law enforcement this week,” the Washington Examiner reported Friday afternoon on Twitter. “Treatment of military and officers has been in the spotlight this week as news broke of National Guard troops being forced to sleep in a parking garage.”
The Examiner included a video in their tweet of law enforcement officers relaxing in the lobby of the ornate hotel owned by former President Donald Trump on Pennsylvania Avenue.
In the video, however, it should be noted that there are no National Guardsmen visible—only what appears to be police of some sort.
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