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UNHINGED Palm Beach Officials Looking Into Rule That Would Prevent Trump From Living In His Mar-a-Lago Estate
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UNHINGED Palm Beach Officials Looking Into Rule That Would Prevent Trump From Living In His Mar-a-Lago Estate

The pain of seeing your child being bullied is incredible.

The pain of watching fully-grown elected officials acting like a pack of middle-school bullies, as they work together to destroy the life of a person (and his family) whose political views don’t align with theirs is in many ways equally painful. What the behavior of Democrats committed to destroying Donald J. Trump, his family and followers is telling our youth is that it’s okay to target  and destroy another human being

Such is the case with the current bullies who consider themselves leaders in local communities, states, and in federal government positions under the umbrella of the intolerant, new and improved Socialist-Democrat Party.

Only days after House Minority Speaker Kevin McCarthy joined President Trump for a meeting at Mar-a-Lago, officials in Palm Beach, Florida, where President Trump, Melania, and their teenage son Barron have moved on January 20, after leaving the White House, are trying to find ways to kick them out of their home.


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Palm Beach Post reports – “Our town attorney is reviewing the agreement and the laws surrounding it,” Palm Beach Town Manager Kirk Blouin told The Hill.

An attorney and a group of anonymous residents called last month for the town to bar Trump from living at the so-called “Southern White House,” which he converted from a home into a private club.

They argue that staying long-term at the estate violates Trump’s agreement with the town authorizing the club. The agreement prohibits members and guests from staying in the guest suites for more than seven days at a time.

Town Manager Kirk Blouin said Tuesday that town officials are keenly aware of the issue but do not plan to formally address the matter until the president’s plans become clearer.

“It’s really a legal matter more than anything else, but the elected officials could set a policy that sets a direction on this,” he said.

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First, there is the legal question of whether Trump residing at Mar-a-Lago would violate his agreement with the town.

The agreement limits club members and their guests to stays of no longer than seven days at a time and no more than three times a year. But it’s not clear whether that restriction would apply to Trump and his family, Blouin said.

But Blouin said that the town would likely need more evidence in order to contemplate any official action.

More will likely be clear in a week’s time, he said, when a full seven days have passed since Trump has departed the White House and commenced his private life.

“I would expect something is going to happen here in the near future,” he said, “but we don’t know what.”

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