When the Dubai-based property developer Dariah Management Services Company (DAMAC), first came under fire in 2015 for its dealings with then-candidate Donald Trump, it responded that business was business; DAMAC claimed it would remain apolitical. But after Trump’s win, founding CEO Hussain Sajwani (himself a practicing Muslim) did admit to CNN that a Trump win would be a boon to business.

But Federal Election Commission records show that what appears to be a DAMAC executive and a member of the Sajwani family made a series of strikingly small campaign contributions — not to Trump, but to Senator Bernie Sanders.

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