Construction contractors will be getting $7.2 million to $9 million for building a Trump National golf club in Virginia, according to a contract released Thursday.

The contract was signed in the summer and has been updated several times since the inauguration, including in the last few days, the White House said.

Trump signed the contract, which was signed by White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, White House spokesman Eric Schultz and the National Association of Contractors, to build the Trump National Course and Par 3, in Alexandria, Va., according to the White, House and National Association for Construction Industries.

The Trump Organization is the owner of the golf course.

The $7 million figure is up from $5.7 million that the city of Alexandria, Virginia, spent on the project in 2016.

In December, a contract awarded to an independent contractor, H.R. Gadsden, and the city to build a Trump hotel in Alexandria was approved by a federal judge.

The White House had asked a judge to block the construction, saying that the project violated the terms of the contract.

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