Yahoo News reports:
The town of Palm Beach, Florida, is reviewing Donald Trump’s use of his Mar-a-Lago Club as a residence, even as the former president is set to once again violate a length-of-stay provision he himself agreed to three decades ago.
At 11:32 a.m. Wednesday, Trump will have been at his property for more than seven consecutive days in 2021, having arrived a week earlier, half an hour before his successor, Joe Biden, was sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.
A 1993 “special exception use” permit that Trump signed, allowing him to convert the mansion into a for-profit social club, stipulated that only 10 guest accommodations were allowed, and that no one would stay there longer than seven days.
NEW — The Town of Palm Beach, Florida, is conducting a “legal review” of Trump’s use of Mar-a-Lago as a residence – which he promised would not happen when he first got permission to convert the mansion into a for-profit club in 1993. https://t.co/2NyEQFxmCV via @HuffPostPol
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