"These are great builders, and we're watching and they're looking over our shoulders," Trump said. "Believe me, they don't need the money. They're not doing it for that. I said, 'Make sure it's going to come in on time, under budget, maybe even ahead of schedule.' ... They're going to be watching and looking over some of the big jobs that we have planned, so it gets done properly."
Roth has partnered on projects with Trump, co-owning a pair of properties worth hundreds-of-millions of dollars. Vornado also has invested in a real estate project with the business owned by the family of Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
"We're all fortunate to have the greatest builder in America, Donald Jr. Trump, standing behind an infrastructure program which America sorely needs and is ready to implement," LeFrak told the crowd at Rivertowne.
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