this luxurious home in Mar-a-Lago from which he sheds



Donald Trump: this luxurious home in Mar-a-Lago from which he is shedding


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Donald Trump: this luxurious home in Mar-a-Lago from which he is shedding

Freshly back in Florida, in his villa in Mar-a-Lago, outgoing US President Donald Trump has decided to part with one of his homes at a colossal price.

Donald Trump has started his new life under the Florida sun. As Joe Biden took his place in the White House, the outgoing US president returned to live in his residence in Mar-a-Lago, located in Palm Beach. Before becoming head of state, Donald Trump was a real estate mogul. He still owns many properties and has decided to part with one of them. This sumptuous residence, itself located a stone’s throw from the American national historic site of Mar-a-Lago, would be offered for purchase at a colossal price of $ 49 million. It was the politician’s sister, Maryanne Trump, who unearthed this little wonder in 2008, for the sum of $ 11.5 million.

In May 2018, Donald Trump’s sister decided to part ways with him and sold her for $ 18 million to the company owned by his brother, and now managed by his two sons Eric and Donald Trump Jr. Three years after this acquisition, Melania Trump’s husband decided to get rid of it. This house, nicknamed “Beachouse“, 970 square meters on two levels, has eight bedrooms and is right on the water. The next owner will certainly have to shell out a very large sum of money, but this $ 49 million includes the entrance fee to Mar-a-Lago, amounting to 200,000 euros. One thing is certain, it is that Donald Trump’s company intends to be a hell of a profit by selling this villa.

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A colossal sum

Even though Donald Trump is a multi-billion dollar ousted president, it continues to generate fees for the US taxpayer. In addition to receiving a retirement pension of $ 219,000 per year, his security costs and official travel can be reimbursed to the tune of $ 1 million per one. In addition, his son Baron enjoys presidential protection until the age of 16. Having been in the Oval Office therefore assures him significant pecuniary advantages.

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias

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