It was a vision born in the 1980s a twinkling Trump tower in the heart of Soviet Moscow. For Donald Trump, that dream never died, even as he commenced a presidential campaign and shifted toward support to the Republican Party nomination in 2016.
His former attorney Michael Cohen told the federal judge that Trump was following a deal to construct a Trump Tower in Moscow across the first half of 2016- the very time candidate was moving out on the world stage as a political frame and cracking with the GOP by admiring Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin.
The attempt of the US President enlarge his brand into Moscow restricted a 30-year-long effort by the celebrity mogul to do trading in Russia. His denial to give up that aspiration as he was striving for the White House now colours his public appearance of Putin, whose help Cohen needed for the project. Frequently, Trump followed his Russia project, visiting Moscow and exposing four finally useless plans to put his name on a constructing in the Russian capital before he declared he would run for the president.
Trump said in a statement in 2007, “Russia is one of the hottest places in the world for investment. We will be in Moscow at some point. ”
While working for the president, Trump talked to Putin highly and condemned the opponents of Russian President, including international organizations like NATO and the European Union. His seldom wavered, even as proof started to surface that Russia was interrupted in the 2016 campaign to raise Trump’s effort.
At the time, he said in a news conference that Trump persistently dictated that he did not have the economic bonding to Russia.” How many times do I have to say that?” After the publishing of thousands of emails hacked by the operatives of Russia from the Democratic Party. He added, “I have nothing to with Russia, I have nothing to do with Russia”.
He added in a tweet: “For the record, I have investments in Russia”.