Donald Trump, the former president of the United States, could be stripped of his rights
After stepping down, Trump moved to his amazing property in Mar-a-Lago, which he bought in 1985.
The move, however, could be linked to a deal Trump has signed with the city in which the building is located, ordering him not to spend more than 21 days in the building.
It is an agreement Trump signed after he wanted to renovate the building, which was originally intended for residential use, and turned it into a profitable dance hall.
The city administration has asked him that once the building is converted into a dance hall, it will not be too crowded, and he will not be allowed to stay for 21 consecutive days.
Trump himself signed the agreement, only to go beyond that because there were times when those days were spent and even overdue.
Trump recently announced that his activities are moving to Mar-a-Lago, where he will become the headquarters of his operations and even his office.
The city of Palm Beach has said it will consider whether Trump is allowed to live in the building based on the agreement he signed, and a decision will be made at a meeting that will bring the city’s administration together in the coming days.
Trump’s side says no agreement has been signed with the city to prevent Trump from residing in his building at will.
Other sources say that the building’s staff is starting to leave, as they do not want to join Trump’s activities, especially after he leaves the White House.
living in his Mar-a-Lago building built in Palm Beach, Florida.