Trump’s neighbors demand he be banned from moving to Mar-a-Lago

Trump's neighbors demand he be banned from moving to Mar-a-Lago

Although Donald Trump hasn't admitted defeat in the election, according to sources, the first lady and the Secret Service are already busy preparing for his post-presidential life in Mar-a-Lago.

There is only one problem: neighbors not too eager to move Trump. Moreover, thanks to legal agreements signed by the current president in the 1990s, they may prevent the businessman from making a private club in Florida his next home, according to The Washington Post.

Trump's neighbors sent a letter to the city government Tuesday Palm Beach and the Secret Service to notify Trump that he cannot reside in Mar-a-Lago due to an agreement made in 1993. Neighbors say that by denying him a move now, the authorities will be able to «avoid an embarrassing situation» in the future.

Trump made Mar-a-Lago a private club in 1993 and, in order to get approval for innovations, he signed an agreement on that club members cannot stay there for more than 21 days a year or 7 days in a row. At the same time, his lawyer confirmed that Trump would not live in the club and would not use it for personal purposes.

“There are absolutely no legal prerequisites for him to use this property as a club and his home simultaneously. Glenn Seitz, who owns property next door to Mar-a-Lago, said, «Basically, he has nothing to show us.»

A Trump Organization spokesman also commented on the news, telling The Post that «there is no document or agreement banning President Trump from using Mar-a-Lago as his residence.»