Trump changes permanent residence because of "mistreatment"[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 11/11/2019 9:34 • 86 times read[/rtl]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump said on Friday he would change his permanent residence at the Trump Tower in New York, complaining to city officials.
Trump said he would make Palm Beach, Florida, his permanent home, rather than his Trump Tower apartment in New York City now.
Trump, who has owned the Palm Beach resort of Mar Alago since 1985, has spent more time in the presidency than in his tower on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
"My family and I will make Palm Beach Florida our permanent home," Trump said on his Twitter account.
"Despite the fact that I pay millions of dollars in taxes for the city, state and local authorities, I am being treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and the state," he said, referring to New York.
Trump, born in New York, grew up in Queens and later moved to Manhattan. At Trump Tower, he is based as well as his real estate company.
"As president, I will always be there to help New York and its great people. It will always have a special place in my heart!"
There is a dispute between Republican Trump and New York City Mayor Bildi Palacio and Democrat Governor Andrew Como.
Como said in a tweet: "To where she threw ... to bless him, Florida." De Palacio also tweeted: "Quickly, you are not sorry."
The New York Times reported that Trump applied to change his main residence in late September in Palm Beach County.
Trump is running for another term in the 2020 election, and will stay if he wins the White House until January 2025.