Scrapped Trump Tower Russia deal reportedly included chance to name spa for Ivanka

Key Points
  • A 2015 internal document obtained by CNN shows the details of a since abandoned Trump Tower project in Moscow.
  • The scrapped deal has drawn more interest as investigators look into Russian influence on the 2016 election.
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President Donald Trump's since abandoned deal for a Trump Tower in Moscow included the chance to name a hotel spa after his daughter and now White House aide Ivanka, CNN reported Friday.

Under the since-scrapped project, the Trump Organization would have received "a $4 million upfront fee, no upfront costs, a percentage of the sales and control over marketing and design," according to the news outlet, which cited an October 2015 Trump Organization document.

Trump signed a letter of intent for the project, but it eventually fizzled out.

President Donald Trump (L) kisses his daughter Ivanka Trump while speaking about the need for tax reform at Andeavor Refinery, September 6, 2017 in Mandan, North Dakota.
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The abandoned deal has come under increased scrutiny recently as investigations focus on Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election and whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin. As questions about Russia mounted, Trump previously said he had "nothing to do" with the country.

Trump and his top aides have repeatedly denied any collusion with Russia.

The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to CNBC's request to comment on the report or the document's accuracy.

Read the full CNN report here.

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