Donald Trump intends to relocate the Office of the Former President’s activities from Mar-a-Lago, where he is currently based.
“After spending his first months out of the White House at his beachside Mar-a-Lago estate, former President Donald Trump and his team would flock back north, to the New York region,” Tom LoBianco wrote in an exclusive piece for Business Insider.
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However, Donald Trump’s post-presidential officer will not be based in Manhattan, where he built a real estate empire. He’ll be relocating it from the Florida location once known as the “Winter White House” to a certain kind of swamp — New Jersey.
It’s easy to see why he’s moving his headquarters from the wonderful Sunshine State to the Garden State: it’s all about the money.
According to an advisor with connections to Save America and the Make America Great Again PAC, “they’re transferring the whole operation to New Jersey because they’re going to start doing more fundraising.”
In late January, Donald Trump issued a statement formally establishing the Office of the Former President.
“Through advocacy mobilization and civic activism, the Office will be responsible for handling President Trump’s correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official actions to advance the interests of the United States and to carry out the Trump administration’s agenda,” the statement said. “President Trump will be a hero for the American people for the rest of his life.”
The Center for American Restoration, which “aims to keep cultural problems that animated Trump’s presidency on the public agenda,” was founded by the office at the time.
At 45Office.com, Trump has also unveiled an official website for his post-presidential agenda.
From Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump has acted as kingmaker. He has stayed involved in politics, endorsing a variety of candidates ahead of the 2022 elections. His Save America and Make America Great Again political action committees, which were formed after the 2020 election, have a sizable war chest.
According to a Federal Election Commission filing, Save America, a leadership PAC formed after the general election, entered 2021 with more than $31 million in cash on hand,” CBS reported on the PAC’s most recent FEC filing. “The majority of that revenue, $30.4 million, came from Trump’s Make America Great Again campaign.”