Heather Gorawski says she never lied about her nationality when she visited Nicaragua recently. But she didn’t go out of her way to reveal she was American, either. “Is it safe to travel abroad in the Donald Trump era?”
If you’re a right-leaning reader or a fan of the current presidential administration, you probably won’t make it past the headline of this story. And if you do, it will only be for the purposes of scrolling down to leave an angry comment at the end of the article.
But if by chance you made it this far, please remember last week’s column on how the Trump administration could help consumers. And also, that there are at least two sides to every story — especially this one. “Donald Trump is bad for consumers. Here’s why.”
Donald Trump is good for consumers. “Donald Trump is making American consumers great again. Here’s how”
American travelers fear they’ll be left to fend for themselves when they hit the road this year — and for good reason. “Will consumer-friendly initiatives fizzle under Trump?”
When Donald Trump is inaugurated on Jan. 20, he will become the first president with an intimate, insider knowledge of the travel industry. He has owned hotel companies, giant casinos, and an airline. He has made and lost millions of dollars in the travel industry. He knows the travel industry better than any president in history.
“How will travelers fare under President Trump? Maybe better than you expect”