'Evicted twice?' Twitter laughs at the news Trump can't live at Mar-a-Lago

‘So he’s getting evicted twice?’ Twitter cracks up at the news Trump can’t live at Mar-a-Lago

Photo of Mar-a-Lago gates with a sad looking Trump

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Poor Donald…first he is rejected by 81 million Americans. Then he insisted they didn’t really vote against him, went to court, and lost 50 more times. Now in a final blow, even his neighbors at his beloved Mar-a-Lago have given the President this message: We don’t want you living here.

Twitter brought the eggs.

Second eviction in a month? Ouch

Trump giving a speech with an "eviction notice" sign next to him

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Trump effectively relinquished his legal right to live at Mar-a-Lago in the 1990’s, when he signed an agreement converting his residence into a private club. This allows Palm Beach to publicly address whether the President can make Mar-a-Lago his legal home.

And…they said no.

Trump is not welcome here

Woman holding a paper that says 'go away'

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The Washington Post obtained a letter from the legal representative of the Mar-a-Lago neighbors alerting Trump that he cannot make the club his legal residence. The President is now in the embarrassing position of facing a legal battle to win the right to live somewhere he is clearly not welcome, or being evicted from the club if he chooses to move there anyway.

‘I’d rather move than have these fools blocking my road’

Trump and Melania in formal wear

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Residents have been complaining for years about Trump’s presence in Mar-a-Lago. The President’s visits bring blocked roads, traffic jams, and he has repeatedly flouted restrictions (such as the height of his flagpole) while failing to deliver on the promises he made when he converted his private residence into the club.

‘I hear Kazakhstan is beautiful at this time of year’

A map of the world

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Don’t worry Donald, Twitter has your back. Messages of support flowed for the President…with suggestions of where he could move to next.

‘We’ll take him back to NYC only for court appearances’

Aerial view of New York City

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When it comes to settling into a new home, the President may struggle to find many open arms.

‘Nobody wants trash moving into their neighborhoods’

A dumpster full of trash

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Other users had their Twitter claws out over the news that the President is not welcome in his future home of choice.

Does this mean Trump committed voter fraud?

Shadow people waiting in line to vote

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The demand letter also brought light to the fact that Trump attempted to register to vote in Florida using the White House as his address, which breaks Florida law. He later changed his voter registration address to Mar-a-Lago which is a business.

Homeless Trump

Trump with his arms crossed

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Twitter has no sympathy for Trump, even though he is essentially homeless now.

Ivanka can save the day

Ivanka sitting in a chair looking to the right

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Perhaps Trump can rely on Ivanka and Jared to give him a place to call home.

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