T-Mobile Execs Seeking Merger Approval Bought Stays in Trump Hotel

HeadlineJan 17, 2019

Meanwhile, The Washington Post reports that top executives of T-Mobile booked thousands of dollars’ worth of stays at Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C., hotel just one day after their company announced plans for a $26 billion merger with Sprint. The Post reports the executives have repeatedly returned to the hotel—for at least 38 nights—as they seek the Trump administration’s approval for the merger.

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