Corporate America may be on the run from President Donald Trump, but at least one of its international business partners is backing it.
Hussain Sajwani, the chairman of real estate developer DAMAC, has said he wants to expand his relationship with the Trump organization despite the president’s role in triggering a violent siege last week on the U.S. Capitol. DAMAC is Trump’s partner on an 18-hole golf course and club in Dubai, which opened in 2017.
DAMAC is also building a second 18-hole golf course, Dubai’s Trump World Golf Club, the Trump organization says on its site Internet.
“We have an excellent relationship with the Trump organization and rest assured that we have absolutely no intention of rescinding our deal,” Sajwani said in a statement to CNN Business on Wednesday.
Many companies are looking to distance themselves from the president and his company in the wake of the Capitol Hill uprising. Deutsche Bank has ruled out doing more business with Trump, for example, …
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