Where will Trump go now?

 President Donald Trump is still reluctant to concede defeat in the election. Signs of acceptance of defeat have become clear from Trump's election camp.

Donald Trump wants to go to Palm Beach, Florida after leaving the White House. But his future neighbors are not welcoming him. 

On the contrary, neighbors at the Mar-a-Lago club on the beach have objected, saying Trump should not be able to live there.


A message has been sent from the Trump's camp asking whether Donald Trump will stand again in the 2024 election.



 Addressing the Republican Party leader in the Senate, Donald Trump said that the defeat in the election has been accepted quickly.

 Donald Trump is adamant in his demands. Even after the new president is sworn in, he will continue to say that the vote has been rigged. Trump is saying that he is in the political arena with this unproven claim.

Trump himself is not saying anything. An e-mail was sent to Trump supporters from the campaign office on Wednesday. The mail asked supporters for their opinion on whether Donald Trump would run in the 2024 election. 

However, Trump's campaign camp has not yet spoken of defeat in this election. No congratulations were extended to the winning Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, following a long tradition.

The e-mail says President Trump will never stop fighting for supporters and their families. Trump will do what he needs to do to keep the United States in the lead.

 That's why supporters have been asked to comment on the "yes" and "no" questions for Trump in the 2024 election.

According to the 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution, there is no opportunity to serve more than two terms as President.

First Lady Melania Trump has begun secret preparations to leave the White House. The people of the Secret Service have also been seen to prepare in advance. The next address of the Trump family is the Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida.

Neighbors have objected in advance to the Palm Beach City Authority and the Secret Service about the Trump family's whereabouts. According to The Washington Post, Trump signed a contract in 1993, relinquishing his right to reside at the Mar-A-Lago Club. 

According to the agreement, no member can stay in a private club for a total of 21 days in a year and seven days in a row. At the time of the deal, it was said, Donald Trump would never live in Mar-a-Lago club.

Galen Jetz, one of the neighbors at the Mar-A-Lago club, said Trump has no legal right to stay at the club. Trump has relinquished all rights to live without being used for the club through the agreement.

Since being elected president, Donald Trump has often used the Club as his leisure center. Neighbors have also accepted the issue as he is the country's president.

 This time, they are strongly opposed to Trump's presence at the Mar-a-Lago Club.

Donald Trump, a former resident of New York, has changed since he was elected president in 2016. New York's high tax rates have haunted him. 

Embarrassed by his low-tax advantage and his unpopularity in the liberal state, Trump changed his address from New York. Tax of Florida is much lower than New York.

As a resident of Palm Beach, Florida, Trump is running in this election. He pays state taxes in the state of Florida. He has been using the Mar-a-Lago Club as his residence.

 Neighbors are now spoiled by post-election realities. A spokesman for the Trump organization told the Washington Post that they were not aware of any agreement that Trump would not be able to stay at the club.

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