Throughout his presidential campaign, Donald Trump has fixated on China’s increasing economic influence as exemplary of America’s failure to win anymore. He has not, however, thus far mentioned Chinese investors’ involvement in financing a Trump-branded tower in New Jersey being built by his son-in-law.
The promotional video above, part of a marketing campaign for Kushner Companies “Trump Bay Street,” shows a short tour of Jersey City by car, set to the the theme song from The Sopranos, and subtitled in Chinese.
According to Bloomberg Politics, the video was produced to entice Chinese financiers to invest in the development project—a 50-story luxury rental apartment building—under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. A business partner of Trump’s on a golf course in Jupiter, Florida, named Nicholas Mastroianni runs the firm dealing with potential investors, U.S. Immigration Fund. (Jared Kushner, the chief executive officers of the building’s developer, Kushner Companies, is married to Ivanka Trump, Donald’s daughter.)
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