Today, I want to share with you a Washington Post report on the possible “homelessness” of outgoing US President Trump.
Trump’s private club Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is called the “Winter White House” by him. But Mar-a-Lago neighbors sent a message to the outgoing President of the United States: We don’t want you to be our neighbor.
On the morning of December 15, the Neighbor of Mar-a-a-Lago, the Demos family, submitted a letter of attorney to the town of Palm Beach and the U.S. Secret Service. According to the lawyer’s letter, Trump lost his legal right to live in Mar-a-a-Lago Manor because Trump signed an agreement in the early 1990s under which Trump converted the famous manor from a private residence to a private club.
Now, this legal action may force Palm Beach to openly discuss whether he can use Mar-a-a-a Manor as his legal residence and home if Trump becomes the former president on January 20 next year.
The report said that this unexpected conflict may create an embarrassing situation unique in recent history, that is, a former owner of the Oval Office will find himself forced to formally defend the place he chose to live after leaving office. This may also create a legal problem for Trump, who has left Manhattan and changed his official residence to Mar-a-Lago.
In the lawyer letter, a lawyer from Mar-a-Lago neighborhood said that the town of Palm Beach should inform Trump that he could not use Mar-a-Lago as his residence. According to the letter, this move can “avoid embarrassing situations” and if the outgoing Trump moves to Mar-a-a-Manor, he will have to be ordered to leave later.
Over the years, many neighbors have expressed concern about the troubles such as traffic jams and street blockades caused by Trump’s frequent trips to Mar-a-Lago. Even before he took office, Trump had attracted disgust in the town.