The Detroit Foundation Hotel issued an apology to a group of Trump supporters trying to raise funds for the wall, after they alleged that they were discriminated against.

 

According to several American media outlets, members of the ‘We build the wall’ were looking for places to stay at the Detroit Foundation Hotel because it is located close to the Cobo centre, where the group was planning to host an event on Thursday.The event features former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, veteran Brian Kolfage and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, reports suggested.

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The group alleged that the hotel initially offered a discount for booking more than 20 rooms, but later withdrew it after they were provided with the names of its members who planned to stay there. They were later asked to book rooms individually.

A Detroit hotel has apologized to a group trying to raise money to build a wall along the border with Mexico after the group accused the hotel of discriminating against its members because they are supporters of President Donald Trump.

Members of We Build The Wall were looking to stay at the Detroit Foundation Hotel because it is close to the Cobo Center, where the Florida-based group plans to hold an event Thursday featuring former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, veteran Brian Kolfage and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, said Jennifer Lawrence, a spokeswoman for the nonprofit.

The hotel initially offered the group a discounted rate for booking more than 20 rooms, but later withdrew the offer after the organization provided the names of its members who planned to stay there, Lawrence said. The group was encouraged to book rooms individually.