Presidential candidate Donald Trump is having some trouble marketing his Middle East properties. The latest example: A Dubai-based developer working with Trump has stripped the presidential candidate's name and image from a luxury residential property amid a backlash over his call to ban all Muslims from entering the United States.
The disappearance of Trump's branding from the $6 billion development comes as concerns grow over his views in the Middle East. According to U.S. News & Word Report:
Trump had a deal with Damac Properties to license his name and image for a housing project and two golf courses for an undisclosed sum. A billboard once showing Trump golfing had been at Damac's Akoya development, as well as an image of Trump's daughter Ivanka.
On Friday, all that remained was the board's brown background, though another billboard declaring the development "The Beverly Hills of Dubai" still stood nearby.