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MAGA supporters are being charged 180% above market value for rooms in Trump’s failing D.C. hotel

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Today is a very big day for QAnon conspiracy theorists. Word on the street is Donald Trump will be sworn back in as President of the United States, since March 4 was the original inauguration day for presidents before 1933.This, of course, is not going to happen.

But Capitol police have amped up security just in case anyone from the MAGA militia tries to stage a sequel to what happened on January 6.While police have been busy focusing on that, Trump’s failing hotel in Washington, D.C.

has been busy trying to find a way to squeeze more money out of his most steadfast supporters.Related: Viral video from inside the lobby of Trump’s namesake D.C.

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