Trump Returns To New York

( After permanently relocating to Florida, where he won’t be persecuted by political activist Attorneys General or local elected politicians, former President Donald Trump returned to New York City for the first time this year.

On Monday, the Daily Mail reported how the former president waved as he arrived at the famous Trump Tower in Manhattan on Sunday night.

Trump, who became famous for his work improving New York City, creating jobs and stunning buildings, has since become a pariah in the Democrat-run city.

The former president arrived at the building without his wife or son, Barron. He stayed in the skyscraper until Tuesday afternoon and headed back to his Mar-a-Lago luxury resort in Palm Beach, Florida.

The purpose of Trump’s visit to New York was not revealed, though after spending several years in Washington, D.C. and being exiled to Florida because of threats from far-left activists, it’s hardly surprising that the billionaire real estate magnate would want to see his legendary Trump Tower in the flesh for the first time in a while.

Trump is currently under investigation by far-left New York Attorney General Letitia James, with the value of the former president’s properties at the center of the investigation. His Seven Springs Westchester County estate, which was purchased for $7.5 million in 1995, is part of the investigation, with some alleging that he manipulated the value of the property.

Attorney General James used claims made by the disgruntled former lawyer of President Trump, Michael Cohen, who told Congress in 2019 that Trump would inflate or minimize the value of his properties to gain better loan terms or tax breaks.

The Mail also reported that the former president was in New York to “look under the hood” of the family company, which he left under the control of his children during his time in the White House.

Trump was surrounded by secret service members and NYPD vehicles upon his return to the property, presumably to block any effort by far-left extremists to riot or cause the former president harm. His son, Donald Trump Jr., followed in a second car in a motorcade and also entered the building.