D.P. Sullivan & Sullivan has been the nation’s leading hotel management company since 1946.
But it’s also become one of the most visible symbols of the Trump administration.
The company has been at the forefront of the effort to undo President Trump’s travel ban and has even had a small role in the administration’s effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The D.V. Sullivan Group, which operates in more than 50 states, has made a name for itself on both fronts.
But the hotel management division is also a critical part of the administration.
On Thursday, President Trump signed a new travel ban that suspends the admission of nationals from six Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — and temporarily bans all refugees for 120 days.
The ban is among the first in the country to target people from the six nations, and is set to be enforced until Sept. 30.
Sullivan, however, was one of only a handful of top executives to speak out against the travel ban.
“There are many who have criticized the travel order because they do not believe it will help the American people,” Sullivan said in a statement.
“The travel ban is wrong, but I think we have to remember that we are in the midst of a war on terror, and we need the help of our allies and friends.”
The travel order has been met with protests from civil rights advocates and other rights groups.
Many hotel owners and hotel operators, including Sullivan, have expressed support for the ban.
Sullivan, who is also the chairman of the National Hotel Association, also spoke out against what he called “false claims of security” and “unnecessary restrictions.”
In an interview with CNN last week, Sullivan told CNN that the travel bans will cost the economy millions of dollars in lost tourism.
The executive has also said that the ban will negatively impact the health of the country’s millions of veterans.
In a recent CNNMoney video, Sullivan said he believed Trump’s ban will have a detrimental impact on the U.S. economy.
“The Trump administration has been in office a very successful administration, but it’s going to take a long time for us to get our economy back,” Sullivan told the video host.
“I think this is going to have a negative impact on our economy.
So we have an economic and health impact to pay for the war.”
Sullivan, in his statement Thursday, said the travel restrictions will not affect hotel operators.
He added that his company is “unfazed” by the administration and believes that Trump is trying to divide the country and undermine the national security of the United States.
Sullivan said he’s confident the travel policy will not be overturned and said he believes the ban is “legally defensible.”
Sullivan said the executive order is “based on the premise that we need to protect the homeland.
It is based on the principle that we must keep the peace in the world, which is the greatest threat to the nation.”
Sullivan’s company is one of several hotel chains that has criticized the ban, saying that the Trump Administration’s travel restrictions are “counterproductive to the core American values of freedom and democracy.”
The DVC Sullivan Group also has had a large role in helping to advance the Trump’s healthcare reform law, which was passed in May 2017 and went into effect on Jan. 1, 2018.
The law, known as the American Health Care Act, requires businesses to offer a minimum level of coverage for all employees and employees to be covered if they work at least 30 hours per week.
The White House says the law has been proven to lower costs, improve access to care, and lower health care costs.
Sullivan has also worked closely with House Speaker Paul Ryan on the health care bill, which has been passed by both the House and Senate.
The company has also been a major player in helping push back against the administration on trade.
Sullivan’s endorsement of Trump’s order comes as the administration is also facing pressure from the hotel industry to make changes to its travel ban policy.
The travel ban has sparked protests in some parts of the U, and some hotel chains are now banning visitors from seven Muslim-dominated countries.
The Trump administration is expected to release a new version of its travel order on Friday.