BREAKING: Trump Sells Mar-a-Lago?

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Zillow recently corrected a listing that inaccurately stated Donald Trump’s renowned Mar-a-Lago property in Florida was sold. This correction came shortly before Trump faced legal issues in Georgia. The real estate site subsequently changed the property status from “sold” to “off market” and emphasized their commitment to accuracy.

Furthermore, The Trump Organization clarified to Newsweek that Mar-a-Lago has not been sold. Eric Trump dismissed the sale rumors, calling them baseless. Some speculation arose, suggesting that Trump might have transferred the property’s ownership to a business led by his son, Donald Trump Jr. However, this assertion was robustly refuted by Trump Jr., who emphasized the fallacy of such claims in a statement to Breitbart News.

Earlier details indicated a property on S Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach, Florida, was reportedly sold for a substantial sum. The address and size matched Mar-a-Lago’s specifics, raising suspicions. Historical data shows Trump transformed this estate into The Mar-a-Lago Club back in 1995. The property’s current ownership, according to some sources, traces back to a company linked to Trump’s eldest son.

Recent events saw Trump facing legal challenges in Georgia, where he’s been indicted in connection to alleged attempts to influence the 2020 election outcome. These legal developments, some argue, could impact his future political ambitions. Yet, according to recent statistics, Trump continues to hold significant favor among Republican voters, leading in the primary polls.