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Trump's hotel charged Irish police over $100,000 for snacks and tea


When President Donald Trump visited the Republic of Ireland back in June, the nation reportedly brought in an extra 3,820 police officers to protect the president on the two-day state visit. The whole thing cost the country over €7.4 million ($8.2 million) and some of that money made its way back into the Trump family business. 

Back in September, The Irish Times submitted a Freedom of Information request with the Irish government which revealed that Donald Trump-owned Trump Doonbeg resort in Co Clare was paid over €100,000 ($111,000) to feed and water police stationed at the hotel.