Panama's government steps into Trump hotel dispute
PANAMA CITY (AP) — Panama's government is formally investigating a complaint that executives for President Donald Trump's family hotel business are refusing to physically leave the 70-story luxury Trump hotel there amid a management dispute.
The Public Ministry said Monday it was investigating whether there was any illegal conduct in the matter.
The announcement escalated an already tense standoff between the hotel's owners and Trump's executives, who were hired years ago to manage the business. Hotel owners have been seeking to dump Trump's brand and management team since October over... read more
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