Mosque investor declines Trump offer -

By: , NewsOXY Reporter
09/10/2021 07:40 PM ET

Donald Trump made an offer to buy out Hisham Elzanatymajor, an investor who controls the Mosque site near ground zero, but he it was settled with declines. This site has recently been receiving a lot of attention because of the location where the 9/11 attacks occurred.

"I am making this offer as a resident of New York and citizen of the United States, not because I think the location is a spectacular one (because it is not), but because it will end a very serious, inflammatory, and highly divisive situation that is destined, in my opinion, to only get worse," Donald Trump said in a statement.

Trump added a condition to his offer: "The backers of the project would need to promise that any new Mosque they constructed would be at least five blocks farther away from the World Trade Center site."

Wolodymyr Starosolsky, a lawyer for the real estate investor stated Trump's offer was "just a cheap attempt to get publicity and get in the limelight." Apparently, the real estate tycoon offered 25 percent more than what he originally paid for it. The mogul's $6 million was declined.

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