- Apr 19, 2019
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- Political Leaning
Sure. Let's examine this "at cost" narrative. If you have a hotel that is down 60% during the time-frame of when the G7 is to meet, would full occupancy at "cost" be more or less money to the Hotel?Not necessarily. You could very easily propose to do the event at cost...which, I believe, is what Trump agreed to.
As far as “free advertising”, give me a break. Trump is the last guy in the world that needs more advertising.
How long do you suppose representatives from each of the G7 countries are going to have to be at Doral to make sure everything is safe and to make sure all of their needs are met? A few weeks, a month? 100 nights? Where do they stay? And who is paying who for those nights?
Let's also remember that Doral would need updates purely for security reasons, and then there would need to be updates to some of the suites, unless you think all 7 heads of State are going to bunk in the 2 presidential suites Doral currently has.
Where are the Helipads going to go? Will there need to be repairs to where-ever they are located once they are removed? If so, who pays for that?
Sure "at cost" that wasn't going to put any money into Trump's pocket. (And notice I didn't even mention the fumigation costs so all the world leaders and their entourage don't get bedbugs courtesy of the Red, White and Blue.)