Earlier on Monday, Orestes Fintiklis, the owner of the Trump hotel who has been fighting a legal battle to oust the Trump Organization’s hotel management team, said a court had ended the fight.
“Today, this dispute has been settled by the judges and the authorities of this country,” he said, without giving further information.“Today, Panama has made us proud.”
Watching Trump's name pulled off the Trump International Hotel in Panama needs to go on permanent-loop in Times Square. pic.twitter.com/3TjAF2OBqL— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) March 5, 2018
Majority owner of Trump Hotel in Panama declares victory against the Trumps in struggle for the property’s control and plays a victory anthem on the hotel lobby’s piano: “Accordeon,” a popular Greek song about the fight against fascism pic.twitter.com/jS5Zp4cp3M— Kirk Semple (@KirkSemple) March 5, 2018
Neither the Trump Organization nor Panamanian legal authorities responded to requests for comment.
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