Donald Trump Jr., the oldest son of President Trump and the executive vice president of the Trump Organization, is slated to give a speech on foreign policy alongside Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi this week, The Washington Post reports. Trump Jr.’s unofficial trip to India, which begins Tuesday, is intended to promote his family’s real estate projects in the country, with a series of promotional events aimed at finding homebuyers for new Trump Towers outside New Delhi. But Trump Jr. will also take to the stage during a global business summit on Friday, where he will give an address titled “Reshaping Indo Pacific Ties: The New Era of Cooperation.” The planned speech has renewed conflict of interest concerns, with some questioning why the president’s son will be lecturing on foreign policy while simultaneously trying to hawk his family business’s lavish new condos. Indian newspapers have reportedly been full of ads hyping the younger Trump’s visit, with one offering readers the chance to “join Mr. Donald Trump Jr. for conversation and dinner” if they hand over a $38,000 booking fee for a home in the new Trump-branded properties.
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