President Donald Trump Wants To Move To Mar-A-Lago After Leaving The White House In January; Here Is Why People In The Area Do Not Want Him There

President Donald Trump Move To Mar-A-Lago Drama With Neighbors

President Donald Trump is supposed to settle at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, once his tenure is over in January.

For the time being, there is no confirmation from the Trump administration about the President’s intentions and where he is going to live when he is out of the White House.

However, rumor has it that many employees at the luxurious Florida club have been busy refreshing the estate and, in particular, Trump’s 2,000-square-foot apartment.

An anonymous person that is reportedly acquainted with the ongoing renovation at Mar-a-Lago and the first couple spoke to PEOPLE saying, “Donald’s apartment, which once belonged to Mar-a-Lago estate creator Marjorie Merriweather Post, will be expanded and spruced up.”

The unnamed source also confirmed that the private residence of the President is going to be transformed into a larger one that is “more modern and comfortable for his use.”

Other people, who are close to the 74-year-old and his family, have predicted that Trump will most likely settle at Mar-a-Lago, but would also occasionally visit the rest of his estates like his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey or the Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City.

Many have claimed that Trump always preferred the private club because he loved Palm Beach and had numerous friends there as “No matter what else is happening in the world, he is treated like royalty at Mar-a-Lago.”

Besides, the President, who is famous for his love of golf, could enjoy his hobby since the golf club is only a short distance away.

Some people are not thrilled about Trump’s expected move to the Sunshine State because of an agreement he signed two decades ago.

Trump is being dragged in court by neighbors who do not want him and his family to live in the area.

Attorney Reginald Stambaugh, who represents a neighbor, said in a letter sent to the Town of Palm Beach that Trump seems to have forgotten that he signed a deal that makes it illegal for him to live in the property that is considered a business.

Stambaugh revealed that the Trump family’s move to Palm Beach would decrease the property values.

The lawyer also claimed that the “microwave security barrier operated by the Secret Service” is harming his client, and added: “In order to avoid an embarrassing situation for everyone and to give the President time to make other living arrangements in the area, we trust you will work with his team to remind them. Palm Beach has many lovely estates for sale, and surely he can find one which meets his needs.”

Some observers say that it is very unlikely that critics of Mr. Trump will prevail in this case.

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