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Trump opens Florida office to push his agenda

Trump opens Florida office to push his agenda

Former US President Donald Trump relocated to Florida on the morning of Inauguration Day, and is expected to call the Sunshine State his official residence, despite a past agreement with Florida officials that stipulated he could not use his Mar-a-Lago resort as his personal residence in exchange for transforming the mansion into a resort. Trump's announcement came the same day the US House of Representatives delivered his second impeachment charges to the Senate for inciting insurrection at the Capitol earlier this month.

"Our town attorney is reviewing the agreement and the laws surrounding it", Palm Beach Town Manager Kirk Blouin told The Hill news website on Friday.

This is the rock and a hard place scenario that Trump's Palm Beach neighbors find themselves in and they're not alone.

This is like just one of the many post-presidency offices set up by former chief executives like George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Bill Clinton.

His newly founded Office of the Former President forwarded emailed questions Thursday to the Trump Organization, the family's business entity, which did not respond.

According to the details, the two planes spotted flying over Donald Trump's house with banners inscribed with "Worst President Ever" and 'Pathetic Loser'.

Biden said he didn't think enough Republican senators would vote for impeachment to convict, though he also said the outcome might well have been different if Trump had six months left in his term.

Trump was to be treated like any other member of the club.

Trump clashed frequently with the town and its mostly staid residents over the club's operation before he moved into the White House.

President Donald Trump and Melania Trump board Air Force One to visit Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida on Wednesday, Dec. 23.

"He goes through his days and people tell him he's fantastic, he's great, he's unbelievable - that's what he wants", Leamer said.

This is not the first time Trump has overstayed his visits to Mar-a-Lago.

Trump had made a speech among thousands of supporters reiterating his claim a massive voter fraud had robbed his election victory and encouraged supporters to maintain support to "stop the steal".

"He must be given credit for not messing up Mar-a-Lago".