A giant billboard advertising the Trump International Golf Club hangs at the Dubai Trade Center roundabout, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)
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Two of U.S. President Donald Trump's sons arrived in the United Arab Emirates for an invitation-only ceremony Saturday to formally open the Trump International Golf Club in Dubai.The visit to Dubai, the first joint business trip abroad by Eric and Donald Trump Jr. since their father's inauguration, comes as questions still swirl about how the Trump Organization's many international business interests will affect the administration of America's 45th president.Absent were the red "Make America Great Again" caps made famous by Trump's campaign.Some 100 Trump-branded villas also are on the property, selling from 5 million dirhams ($1.3 million) to over 15 million dirhams ($4 million).Sajwani and his family also attended a New Year's Eve celebration at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, where Trump referred to them as "the most beautiful people from Dubai".Trips abroad by Trump's two sons are expected to continue.A Trump hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, is also expected to soon host Trump's sons.
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