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President Trump Just Got Caught Breaking Yet Another One Of His Campaign Promises

By Mark Pygas

According to a report by McClatchy, a major construction company owned by the Chinese government has reportedly been hired to work on the latest Trump golf club development in Dubai, despite a pledge from Donald Trump that his family business would not engage in business with foreign governments. 

Trump’s partner, DAMAC Properties, awarded the $32 million contract to a Middle East subsidiary of the China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC). The company will now build a six-lane road for the Trump World Golf Club Dubai project called Akoya Oxygen, which is expected to open next year. 

According to Forbes, CSCEC is the 7th largest company in China and 37th worldwide, with almost $130 billion in revenue for 2014.