‘Bona fide employee’ so he can live there, attorney says

When former President Donald Trump heads to his New Jersey golf club for the summer, he will leave his Palm Beach home with the legal right to live there.

Turning aside arguments from neighbors who claim that Trump is not permitted to live at Mar-a-Lago based on a Declaration of Use agreement he signed with the town in 1993, Palm Beach Town Attorney John Randolph concluded that the agreement doesn’t specifically prohibit the ex-president from residing at the club, Town Manager Kirk Blouin told the Daily News this week.

The 1993 agreement allowed Trump to convert the private residence into a private club.

Randolph also advised that under the town’s zoning code, private clubs can provide living quarters to a “bona fide employee.”

Source: USA Today – Breaking News

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