Dubai billionaire, Hussain Sajwani, was positive about continuing to engage in more business deals with the Trumps even after President Donald Trump took office. Hussain, who has partnered with President Trump’s real estate firm, Trump Organization, stated his optimism amid concerns about potential conflicts of interest. Trump announced that he would put his business involvements on halt once he assumes the presidency. Sajwani said that he has deep business ties with the Trump family and looked forward to doing more business with the president’s children. Speaking to NBC News, the DAMAC owner contended that he had personally met with Trump’s three children. In addition, Hussain said that his wife was a close friend of Ivanka Trump. Hussain Sajwani family has interacted with the Trumps on many occasions.
While Hussain Sajwani hopes to cement his real estate partnership with the Trump’s, ethics specialists have pointed out the Middle East as one of the sensitive regions for Trump’s intersecting interests. Danielle Brian said that Trump’s family continued involvement in international business deals will divide the President’s loyalty. Brian added that Trump would implement the U.S. foreign policy with a consideration of his heritage’s business interests. The Trump Organization’s spokeswoman, Hope Hicks, posited that their ongoing vetting processes seek to transfer the management of the company. Hussain Sajwani said that Trump’s presidency would help in boosting their business ties.
According to Forbes, Hussain Sajwani is worth $5.1 billion. The successful investor is known for his real estate development company, DAMAC Properties, which is based in Dubai. His involvement in the real estate began when Dubai passed a market expansion policy. In 2002, he established DAMAC Properties. Over the years, he has focused on the development of residential, leisure and commercial properties. DAMAC Group is known for using modern technologies to develop high-end properties, which have enhanced the image of Dubai. The company collaborated with The Trump Organization to develop the Trump International Golf Course in Dubai. The project, which was designed by Tiger Woods, was launched in February 2017. DAMAC Group looks forward to open the Trump World Golf Course towards the end of 2018. Hussain Sajwani started his entrepreneurial career by incorporating a company that rendered its services to the food industry. The corporation served leading companies, including the U.S. Military and Betchel, a top construction company.
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