Topo Atrio: Mexican Immigrants and Services Administration
topo atrio: Trump Old Post Office, which runs the hotel as the landlord under a lease with the General Services Administration, sued Andres' companies, Think Food Group and Topo Atrio, in July 2015 for breach of contract and claimed damages in excess of US 10 million, according to CTV. The landlord allowed Mr. Four years ago, Andres withdrew from plans to open a restaurant in the Trump International Hotel in Washington following Trump's controversial comments about Mexican immigrants during the presidential campaign. Trump to saddle us with the burden of his inflammatory statements, such that operating a high-end Spanish restaurant is no longer viable for us at this location, Andres' companies said in a statement the following month. The Washington Nationals made the announcement Friday. Andres' companies filed a counterclaim, and the case in D.C. Superior Court was settled in 2017. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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