Will Mexico foot the bill for this, too?
A third party company that went all out to make sure Trump's luxury hotel opened on the day he wanted is still waiting for the rest of its payment.
During his campaign, the businessman bragged about the fast construction of his D.C. hotel, claiming AES Electrical had been working 12-hour shifts for almost 50 consecutive days to get the lights, electrical, and fire systems prepared on time.
But according to Tim Miller, executive vice president of AES, the staff worked even longer to get Trump the September 12 opening he wanted.
He told The Washington Post: