Trump is so ‘toxic’ he’s having problems finding a place to live: ‘There’s a bad odor’
President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump return on Marine One from their Florida vacation early at the South Lawn of the White House Thursday, December 31, 2020. - Pool/ABACA/TNS

Donald Trump is having difficulties finding a place he is welcome after leaving office under a cloud of scandal following the deadly Capitol insurrection by his supporters.

Trump rose to fame as a New York City celebrity, but he was shunned in Manhattan even before he first ran for office and is having problems finding a place to settle down after leaving the White House.

"The town of Palm Beach, Fla., confirmed to The Hill on Friday that it's performing a legal review of former President Trump's residency at Mar-a-Lago after suggesting that it might do so in December," The Hill reported Friday. "The former president's decision to make Mar-a-Lago his permanent residence could be a violation of rules set forward in a previous agreement with the town when he decided to convert the private residence into a club in 1993. Among those conditions were that club members, including Trump, could only spend a maximum of seven consecutive days and no more than three weeks a year at the premises, CNN reports."

MSNBC's Alex Witt on Saturday asked former Deputy Assistant General Harry Litman for his analysis.

"What it really shows is how toxic a figure President Trump has become in the entire country," Litman said.

"He couldn't possibly live in New York, his old residence, and wherever he is, there's a bad odor," he explained.

Litman said "what's significant is the, again, the polarization and how a majority of the country doesn't even want him in their state."


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