The lavish India trip of Junior Trump for selling the luxurious condominium of his family project cost around $100,000 to the US taxpayers with documents by the show of The Washington Post. The department security reported 47 pages of documents including purchase orders, planning worksheets and requisition forms presenting Trump Jr’s February trip worth more than $97,805 for hotel rooms, car rental, airfare, overtime expenses for Secret Service Agents, responding to a Freedom of Information Request.

The costs were expedited on the tour in February to four cities including Mumbai, Pune, New Delhi, and Kolkata – where the family of Trump has authorized its name high-rise luxuries projects.

The junior of Trump is also the executive vice President of the family real estate company which is still owned by President, although the US President claims that he has drawn himself from the day-to-day controlling.

In his tour, Junior Trump marched at the red carpet for attending a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a high-rise which overlooks the Arabian Sea of Mumbai. There was an arrangement for champagne dinner for the buyers and also had a private meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The glossy ads in the newspaper across the page offered the chance to dine with the son of the President to them who deposited $38,000 on a new luxury project outside Delhi.  

His team vaunted to the reporters that they had sold pricey flats of $100 million worth including around $15 million in a single day.

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