Former U.S. President Donald Trump could be forcibly evicted from his residence at Mar-a-Lago, Florida because the building is not registered as a residential home
The estate was bought by the former head of state back in 1985 from socialite Marjorie Merriweather. Trump later turned it into a private golf club. In doing so, he was forced to agree to certain conditions, including that the club must have no more than 500 members who could not spend more than seven consecutive days there or more than three weeks in a year.
The matter is now before City Attorney John Randolph. He will try to determine whether Trump has the right to stay at Mar-a-Lago for an extended period of time.
The U.S. presidential election was held on Nov. 3. They were won by Democratic candidate Joe Biden. Donald Trump has long disputed the election results, considering them rigged. In January, the U.S. president was impeached for the second time in history because of calls to storm the Capitol.