Trump can stay at Mar-a-Lago legally — as a ‘bona fide’ employee, Palm Beach town attorney says | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Trump can stay at Mar-a-Lago legally — as a ‘bona fide’ employee, Palm Beach town attorney says

The final word on whether former President Donald Trump can live at his Mar-a-Lago estate is out, and some of his neighbors in Palm Beach won’t like it.

Some of Trump’s neighbors alleged that the former president is in violation of a 1993 agreement with the town that limits how many days members of the Mar-a-Lago Club can stay in the estate’s guest suites. But he is free to live there — as a bona fide employee, according to Palm Beach town attorney John “Skip” Randolph.

Randolph reviewed the 1993 Declaration of Use Agreement, and determined the agreement doesn’t specifically prohibit Trump from living at Mar-a-Lago. He also advised that under the town’s zoning code, private clubs can provide living quarters for bona fide employees.

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