Strip clubs, tattoo parlors banned from Donald Trump’s D.C. hotel

Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka are planning many changes to the Old Post Office Pavilion for their $200 million luxury hotel, but that doesn’t mean they have free reign on what they can bring to it, The Washington Post reported.

Among 319 pages of Old Post Office leasing documents released by the federal government Thursday are a list of the uses the Trumps agreed not to bring to the historic building.

Among them are flea markets, yard or lawn equipment stores, dentists, pawn shops, dollar stores — and gentlemen’s clubs and tattoo parlors.

Click here for the full list.


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