Among the notable guests of President Donald Trump’s New Year’s Eve party was Hussain Sajwani, the CEO of DAMAC Properties Group. The party that went down at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida came barely a few months after he was confirmed the winner of the last presidential election in the United States. Hussain’s presence was not a surprise to many who understands the rich business partnership and friendship history between Hussain and Trump. Through their companies The Trump Organization and Damac Properties Group, the two billionaires seek to dominate the real estate sector in the Middle East.
Trump-DAMAC Business Ties
Hussain Sajwani and Donald Trump have a lot in common- they share the same ambitions in the real estate development sector, and they are both billionaire entrepreneur geniuses. There were concerns before the elections that Donald Trump, then a Republican candidate, would have difficulties running the country due to his entrepreneurial interests, which many thought would outweigh his interests to the country. Even though Hussain Sajwani had the hopes of intensifying his business ties with Trump, the president dismissed any chances of having a conflict of interests.
When addressing the over 800 guests who attended the New Year’s Eve party, President Trump was quoted heaping praises to Hussain Sajwani, among other business partners from Dubai. The overjoyed Trump described Hussain Sajwani family as beautiful and lovable people, something that raised eyebrows as to whether the president was ready to end his business ties with the Damac owner. The duo already have worked on a couple of multi-billion projects in Dubai, the Trump International Course Dubai being one of them.
Hussain’s Early Entrepreneurship
Hussain Sajwani has had a deep-running attachment with the American people. During operation Desert Storm, which the American army actively took part in Iraq, Hussain Sajwani was the food services provider for the soldiers. That made him get global exposure since his company was also contracted during other operations in Somalia, the Gulf, and Bosnia. This experience helped Sajwani in establishing DAMAC Properties in 2002 and has since enabled him to grow the company to the real estate empire that it is today.
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