GOP told another Chinese-American Trump donor to keep quiet about selling foreign access to Mar-a-Lago: report
Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago (Photo: Screen capture)

Another Chinese-American Trump supporter has been caught trying to sell foreign access to President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort -- and he says he was instructed by the Republican Party to keep quiet about his work.


Mother Jones reports that businessman Xinyue “Daniel” Lou recently tried giving foreigners access to Mar-a-Lago in exchange for cash, although he says that his venture failed to attract significant investment.

According to Mother Jones, Lou was "trying to leverage his donations to Trump and his pro-Trump activism in 2016 by packaging a trip for Chinese businesspeople that would include a stop at Mar-a-Lago" along the way.

In his promotion for the tour groups, Lou not only promised a visit to Mar-a-Lago, but also guaranteed his clients would be able to attend a "function attended by one or two Trump family members."

Lou also tells the publication that he has been "instructed by the Republican National Committee to say nothing publicly about his fundraising work for the GOP and Trump, which included rounding up people he described as 'Chinese' for a Trump fundraiser in 2017."

Read the whole report here.