Trump Ocean Club Panama stands as a shining monument to criminal behavior, housing a cast of shady characters.

Opened in 2011, this was the organization’s first undertaking in Latin America.

The project was largely overseen by Trump’s daughter Ivanka.

The selling of units was largely entrusted to a local broker, Alexandre Ventura Nogueira.

“I had some customers with some, uh, questionable backgrounds,” Nogueira said in a 2017 interview with MSNBC.

Nogueira sold many apartments to well-known international criminals.

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While the Trump Organization claims it had no involvement with the sale or retention of units, the Trump family continued to benefit from its profits — until losing the hotel in March 2018 following a lengthy legal battle.

Trump Ocean Club Panama makes one thing clear: Trump will do business with anyone as long as he can profit.