In this photo taken July 4, 2011, shows the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower, third building from left, in Panama City. U.S. business magnate Donald Trump will open his new hotel on Wednesday July 6, 2011.
In this photo taken July 4, 2011, shows the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower, third building from left, in Panama City. U.S. business magnate Donald Trump will open his new hotel on Wednesday July 6, 2011. Arnulfo Franco AP
In this photo taken July 4, 2011, shows the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower, third building from left, in Panama City. U.S. business magnate Donald Trump will open his new hotel on Wednesday July 6, 2011. Arnulfo Franco AP

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