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Palm Beach Town Lawyer Responds To Leftists On Mar-A-Lago!

Sources claim that at least one Palm Beach resident has attempted to oust President Trump from his home at Mar-A-Lago. The town attorney has responded.


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Basic human rights anyone?

There sure are a lot of people in this country who do not understand basic human rights. There are many people I do not like, but I would never attempt to kick them out of their homes.

Even if those people lived right next door.

Sources point to at least one Palm Beach resident who reportedly wants President Trump out of his Mar-A-Lago home, but the town attorney has responded to the ridiculous request.

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The left isn’t satisfied for merely “defeating” Trump and getting him out of office. As you well know, they want blood.

Instead of just letting him live a happy and carefree life, the radical left tried to use legal jiu-jitsu in order to actually get Trump kicked out of his residence at Mar-A-Lago in south Florida.

Sadly (for them), their efforts have fallen flat on their face.

According to NPR, Palm Beach town attorney John Randolph has issued a memo to the mayor and Town Council which backs President Trump. Rudolph supports the claim that nothing prevents Trump from living full time at his private club, Mar-a-Lago.

The Hill had more: 

The memo, first obtained by The Washington Post, said that an agreement Trump signed in 1993 to change Mar-a-Lago from a private residence to a private club does not prohibit Trump from living there because it “did not incorporate a direct prohibition on former President Trump residing at the club, the language in the agreement pertaining only to the members’ use of guest suites."

The agreement Trump signed in 1993 said that guests could not stay at the club for more than 21 days a year. Randolph and Trump’s attorney John B. Marion argued that Trump is an employee of the club, so the agreement doesn’t pertain to him.

"If he is a bona fide employee of the Club, absent a specific restriction prohibiting former President Trump from residing at the Club, it appears the Zoning Code permits him to reside at the Club," Randolph wrote.



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