New research finds President Donald Trump’s “small” island at his Mar-a-Lago resort has more people living there than at any other property in Palm Beach County.
The research, conducted by a local resident who lives in a four-bedroom house with his wife and four children, shows the president’s island, which is home to his son Eric, and his children have more than tripled in size since the president began his first year in office in January.
A large portion of Trump’s resort is off-limits to guests.
While Trump has maintained the island’s location as an official property of the president, he has acknowledged the island is not an official residence, which means it is a private property.
The island’s new residents include the president and his wife, Melania, who are on the island.
The new residents also include the two children of Eric Trump, whom Trump has been known to rent space to.
They also include a young man named Johnnie Moore, who is the president of the family’s golf course, and another named Jason Dickey, who runs a restaurant that serves up sandwiches and salads.
Trump has claimed to have only used the island for private purposes and the new study indicates that many residents have taken it for granted that they are residents.
Trump’s family has owned Mar-A-Lago since 2005, when he was first elected.
Since then, the club has been a haven for members of his administration and members of the business community, who often use the island to go out and enjoy the golf course and its clubhouse.
The club’s members include members of Trump Organization companies, members of Congress, and members who have been in government or the private sector, according to a Mar-ac-Lago spokesperson.
The president has not yet announced a new president to replace him, and Trump has not revealed his plan for how the club will be run under his administration.