Building on the legacy of construction and a $100 million effort, Trump administration says it will build an 800,000-square-foot convention center

The Trump administration announced Monday that it is planning to build an estimated 800,00-square feet of convention space at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia.

The announcement comes after Trump announced his decision to move forward with the construction of the facility, which will include about 5,000 hotel rooms.

The president has pledged to build a new convention center on the site, and has pledged that it would be ready for the 2020 presidential election.

Ahead of the announcement, a Trump administration official said that construction on the Trump-owned property would begin by the end of 2020.

That is after the first phase of the project is complete.

The Trump-branded development has received praise from golfers and other local officials who said it would bring a boost to the region, as well as a boost in tourism.

“This is a win-win for the state of Virginia, for the local economy, and for our citizens,” Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said in a statement.

The announcement came on the same day that Trump announced plans to bring back coal mining, which he had shuttered in the early 1990s.”

This announcement is a testament to the hard work of the Trump administration, and the leadership and leadership by our state leaders to make sure this beautiful property is developed for the benefit of all of us.”

The announcement came on the same day that Trump announced plans to bring back coal mining, which he had shuttered in the early 1990s.

The president has proposed scrapping the Environmental Protection Agency, but has promised to bring the agency back in after he leaves office.