Donald Trump’s presidency has cost the family firm “millions of dollars” in lost business, his son told an Indian newspaper during a visit aimed at drumming up sales of new luxury apartment complexes.
Donald Trump junior told the Times of India that the Trump Organization was turning down new business opportunities around the world because of his father’s position.
“We are refraining from doing new deals while my father is in office,” he said in an interview published on Wednesday.
“We are turning down deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars around the world.”
Trump junior is in India to promote a series of luxury apartment developments being marketed under his father’s name.