MIAMI (CBSMiami) - Once President Donald Trump leaves the White House, it's been rumored that he will move to Mar-a-Lago, but that might not happen if some of his neighbors have a say.
A letter from a lawyer representing those neighbors was delivered to Palm Beach City officials which tells President Trump that Mar-a-Lago cannot be his permanent residence.
Back in 1993, Trump signed an agreement in which club members were banned from spending more than 21 days a year in the club's suites and he also assured the town council he would not live there.
A Trump spokesman says there's no document or agreement in place that prohibits President Trump from using Mar-a-Lago as his permanent residence.
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