Real estate mogul Donald Trump plans to build one of his trademark skyscraper towers in Georgia, the country’s presidential office has announced. In a telephone interview with EurasiaNet.org, Trump's special counsel, Michael Cohen, confirmed that a letter of intent has been signed with property developer The Silk Road Group. The Trump Organization expects the deal to close by the end of the year, he said.
Georgia's Rustavi-2 television station on September 22 broadcast footage of Trump meeting with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, Economic Development Minister Vera Kobalia and Silk Road Group co-founder Giorgi Ramishvili in his office in New York City.
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