Trump warns GOP allies against using his name for fundraising
Capitol rioter who allegedly assaulted police with fire extinguisher ID’d
Why isn’t Biden a Nazi, too and other commentary
Trump slams Biden for migrant ‘tsunami’ at Mexican border
Former President Donald Trump will travel to New York City as soon as Sunday, his first visit to the Big Apple since leaving the White House in January, according to a report.
Trump Tower, the former president’s Fifth Avenue skyscraper, will see a ramped-up security presence after it had been reduced over the past month, ABC 7 reported.
The report said barricades will be restored and parking will be restricted while Trump visits.
Trump, who was born in Queens and became a real estate developer in Manhattan, changed his residency to Mar-a-Lago, his exclusive resort in Florida, in October 2019.
“I hereby declare that my above-described residence and abode in the State of Florida constitutes my predominant and principal home, and I intend to continue it permanently as such,” he said in a document requesting the residency change.
Share this article:
Source: Read Full Article