Trump changes primary residence from New York to Florida

ZEKE MILLER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will follow in the well-trod path of many other septuagenarian New Yorkers who have been drawn to Florida's year-round warmth, sunshine and low taxes. Trump tweeted late Thursday that he will make Palm Beach, Florida, his permanent residence after leaving the White House, rather than returning to Trump Tower in New York. The move also safely ensconces Trump in the glitzy world of Palm Beach and away from the protests of solidly Democratic Manhattan. Trump, who was born in New York and whose developer-turned-reality-star persona was honed there, said the city "will always have a special place in my heart!" But he complained that he had been "treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and state" de
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