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There's A Boycott Going On At Donald Trump's Fancy New Hotel

The entrance to Donald Trump’s fancy new D.C. hotel was jam-packed on Thursday. Only the crowds weren’t clamoring for the hotel’s $18,000-a-night presidential suite or its $12 M&M’s. To the contrary: They were there to boycott the hotel and hurt Trump’s bottom line as much as possible. A picket line of about two hundred D.C. workers snaked in front of the hotel entrance, discouraging any would-be guests from getting a room for the night.
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