(RepublicanInformer.com)- After spending a couple of months in the sunshine at his Palm Beach, Florida, Mar-a-Lago resort, former President Donald Trump is leaving with his entire politics team for New Jersey.
Reports suggest that the former president will spend the summer in New Jersey at his golf club in Bedminster, after spending the winter months in sunny Florida. Trump will be taking his team of political aides and staffers.
A Trump advisor who spoke to Business Insider last week revealed that the team is actively discussing the right date to move out of the Mar-a-Lago resort, but that a decision was imminent.
During the former president’s time at his resort, left-wing local activists in Florida have actively tried to get him kicked out of his own property by accusing him of violating a residency agreement. However, Trump’s attorney said that the president was a member of his own club and not permanently residing at the property, meaning he did not violate a 1993 agreement that allowed the Mar-a-Lago property to become a private club.
The rule banned club members from spending more than 21 days per year at the property, and for more than seven days at any time.
Moving to his Bedminster club means that the former president, a New York real estate tycoon, will be closer to his home city than in years – only 50 miles from Manhattan.
Trump is expected to use the New Jersey base to ramp up his political operations and begin expanding his fundraising operations across his Make America Great Again PAC and Save America PAC.
While he has not yet confirmed whether he plans to run for president, Trump is actively supporting Republican Senate and House candidates in primary challenges and election races against Democrats.
President Donald Trump recently endorsed his allies Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and Florida Senator Marco Rubio. He also recently threw his weight behind Rep. Mo Brooks in his run to become the next Senator for Alabama, as well as former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who is running to be the next governor of Arkansas.