The $26 billion merger, which requires the Trump administration’s approval, was revealed on April 29. The next day, staffers at Trump’s hotel were handed a list of incoming “VIP Arrivals” with the names of the T-Mobile executives, including CEO John Legere, according to The Washington Post.

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Report: T-Mobile execs have booked rooms numerous times at Trump's D.C. hotel after Sprint merger was announced