Apparently, Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who is a former Fox News host, are considering moving into waterfront properties in the Admirals Cove community in Jupiter, Florida — and local residents are banding together against the possible move. “According to Peter Moore, general manager of the property owners association, residents in Admirals Cove… don’t want any members of the Trump klan living in their exclusive neighborhood,” Queerty reports, and 30 of the locals have joined in the effort against the possible new Trump family residence. Moore cited “concerns about safety” and “political concerns with what’s happened in the last couple of weeks” as underlying the residents’ worries.
According to Queerty, “Neighbors fear that Don Jr. may soon be under criminal investigation” for his part in inciting the recent deadly rioting at the U.S. Capitol, while others “worry about Guilfoyle and rumors of her sexually aggressive behavior while working at Fox News,” the outlet adds. The “rumors” are serious — a former assistant for Guilfoyle was eventually awarded a $4 million settlement from Fox News. Referring to the potential Trump family presence in the gated community, one resident summarized their concerns by stating that they “believe their membership would bring undesirable notoriety to the club, harm our reputation, and have the potential for creating disharmony.”
Unfortunately, Brett Morris — who works as general manager and chief operating officer at Admirals Cove — said that the “Club has no say in who buys in Admirals Cove” and “cannot disapprove of them for membership.” The talk of a potential new Trump family residence in the area emerged amidst the former president’s own lengthy stay at his nearby Mar-a-Lago resort following his departure from the White House. The former commander-in-chief’s plans beyond the near future aren’t immediately clear — the Trump Organization (the ex-president’s family business), signed an agreement with local authorities stipulating that no one would live at Mar-a-Lago full time.
Besides the potential investigative efforts targeting Trump Jr. over his role in inciting the Capitol rioting, the Trump family is also facing looming issues like two ongoing investigations into their activities in the state of New York and an ongoing case from D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D), who has revealed evidence of inappropriate financial dealings surrounding Trump’s inauguration in 2016. The committee handling that inauguration spent over $1 million to rent ballroom space at Trump’s own D.C. hotel that they hardly used.