White House dinner after-party, Scaramucci talk bring top Trump admin officials to the president’s hotel

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White House dinner after-party, Scaramucci talk bring top Trump admin officials to the president’s hotel

Friday night was a busy one at the Trump Hotel D.C. with top Trump administration officials hanging out there after a White House dinner while Virginia Women for Trump hosted a private reception and book signing with Anthony Scaramucci (tickets were $69–$250).

White House communications director Bill Shine, Trumpette Nicole Dicocco, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, former communications director Anthony Scaramucci, and pundit Armstrong Williams spread Christmas cheer.

…as did White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Finger guns were aimed all over the place when Scaramucci and Fox News pundit/Trump campaign advisor Harlan Hill were reunited.

Rep. Neal Dunn (R–FL) addressed attendees at Scaramucci’s book.

Pro-Trump pastor Mark Burns also talked at the Scaramucci event.

And The Daily Mail spotted Mike Pence’s chief of staff, Nick Ayers, at the hotel Friday night too, two days before Ayers pulled his name out of the running to be Trump’s chief of staff.

Other noteworthy sightings

Rudy Giulani, Trump’s personal attorney, was all smiles with Cassandra Fairbanks of The Gateway Pundit.

Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski posed for a fun picture.

National Security Agency corporate communications team chief Robin Boggs enjoyed happy hour at the hotel, where she reportedly ran into Voice of America’s Gretta Van Sustren.

Political fundraiser and lobbyist Marc Morgan couldn’t wait to get into a hotel Jacuzzi.

Tabitha Burton, the executive director of the Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation—which partners with the Departments of Agriculture and Interior—found the chandeliers breathtaking.

An education policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, Mary Clare Amselem, had her husband shoot a festive portrait by the tree.

Tamara Worlton, a surgeon in the U.S. Navy, had a wonderful mini reunion at Sushi Nakazawa (located in the commander-in-chief’s hotel).

A booker and researcher with Fox Business News’s “Mornings with Maria,” Kyle McKee, was there Saturday night.

New campaign expenditures

Rep. Bradley Byrne’s (R–AL) campaign spent $111.20 on food and beverage at the hotel on Oct. 19, 2018.

Legal cases, current status (latest change: Dec. 3, 2018)

Days the hotel’s steakhouse, BLT Prime, has been out of compliance with the D.C. health code

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Other Trump Organization news

Trump National Golf Course Philadelphia promoted itself with a tweet, later deleted, showing Air Force One arriving in Philly for the Army–Navy game.

One thing that has nothing to do with Trump’s businesses (I think, tough to tell sometimes!)

Bruce Springsteen released a show from his legendary stand at Los Angeles’s The Roxy in 1975 and you should absolutely buy it (uncompensated endorsement) and listen to it nonstop until Friday when the soundtrack for his Broadway show drops.

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