The city of Palm Beach, Fla., Confirmed in The Hill on Friday that it was conducting a legal review of the former President TrumpReady to testify in Donald Trump’s ‘Conan Shayman’ impeachment trial, surviving skirmish with attorney Bolebert Parkland on Twitter: ‘Relax your keyboard, baby’ Overnight Defense: FEMA asks Pentagon to help with vaccination. The US says that the Taliban ‘has not fulfilled its commitments’. Army investigating Fort Hood Pastor PeacockResidence in Mar-a-Lago after suggesting to do so in December.
“Our city attorneys are reviewing the agreement and the laws surrounding it,” said Palm Beach Town Manager Kirk Bloin.
Prior to President Biden’s swearing in, Trump transferred to his Florida club on the morning of January 20, after he stepped down.
The former president’s decision to make Mar-a-Lago his permanent residence may violate the previous agreement with the city when he decided to convert the private residence into a club in 1993.
Between those conditions, club members, including Trump, could spend a maximum of seven consecutive days and no more than three weeks a year on campus, CNN reports.
Bloin told the Miami Herald last month that the city was unaware of Trump’s intention to permanently stay at his Palm Beach club, but that he would “appropriately address the matter” if needed.
A spokesman for the Trump Organization previously told the Herald that “there is no documentation or agreement to prevent President Trump from using Mar-a-Lago as his residence.”
It is unclear when the review is expected to be completed, although Trump’s residence at the club could be an item of discussion at an upcoming city council meeting on Feb. 9, CNN reported.
Updated: 10:19 pm