You Will Not Believe How Much Michelle Obama Spent On Her TWO DAY VACATION IN CHINA
Michelle Obama likes to travel in style. Sadly though, she does it by spending an estimated $220,000 of the People’s money on a TWO day vacation!
Michelle Obama wrapped up her March visit to China with a stop in Chengdu, arriving on March 25 and departing for the United States on the following day. But that one leg of the trip alone required about 900 room nights, ranging from 21 rooms beginning on March 13 for the advance team to a peak of 144 rooms when the first lady herself was at the hotel.
The documents prepared in support of the stay estimated the cost at around 1,393,500 yuan (RMB), or $222,000 at current exchange rates: According to the documents, one of the factors in choosing the Shangri-La Hotel was a security consideration that “will allow party to occupy the entire top two floors for the visit.”
The documents also state that the local Ritz-Carlton had expressed interest in hosting the first lady, but: in preliminary price comparisons, the cost was sufficiently more than the Shangri-La. We requested a price reduction but a great cost difference remained for the both the Executive Junior Suites, that will serve as control rooms, and the Presidential Suite. So far, the documents for the Chengdu portion of Mrs. Obama’s trip are the only ones that have been posted online by the State Department. Mrs. Obama was in China March 19-26.
Waaaaiiiit…. isn’t our country, IN DEBT TO CHINA?! Seriously why on earth does Michelle get to spend OUR tax payers dollars: on multiple hotel rooms for her and her buddies?: I blame our: country going into more debt on lavish 2-day hotel trips!
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