How Trump Hotel has already shifted D.C. culture

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The Trump International Hotel's managers "press conservative, Republican and Christian groups to do business where they can rub shoulders with Trump's Cabinet," the WashPost's Jonathan O'Connell writes in a front-pager:

For the first time in presidential history, a profit-making venture touts the name of a U.S. president in its gold signage. And every cup of coffee served, every fundraiser scheduled, every filet mignon ordered feeds the revenue of the Trump family's private business. ...