References to the Baku project have vanished from Trump’s website.
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Tale of Trump and shady partner in Azerbaijan real estate projectSix months before he launched his presidential campaign, Donald Trump announced a new real estate project in Baku, Azerbaijan. Trump often talks of hiring the best people and surrounding himself with people he can trust. In a separate case, Trump was asked in a 2013 deposition about why he had not performed better checks on a business partner – a man Trump later deemed "a dud" after the failure of a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, hotel project. Trump said he considered word-of-mouth inquiries to be adequate.Trump's lawyer, Garten, who was in the room at the time of Trump's statement, told the Associated Press that it was unreasonable to expect Trump to know the company's full diligence efforts.
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