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Trump returning to New York for first time since leaving White House

President of United States, Donald J. Trump
President of United States, Donald J. Trump

Former President Donald Trump is returning to New York on Sunday for the first time since leaving the White House.

According to the New York Daily News, the #MAGA leader will jet back to the Big Apple and stay until Tuesday.

Trump’s spokesman Jason Miller refused to divulge the purpose of the ex-president’s visit.

“Sorry to be a broken record here, but I do not have any additional information on this one,” he was quoted to have said.

Trump still maintains his palatial home at Trump Tower in Manhattan although he changed his official residence to Florida in 2019.

Former Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, mocked his ex-boss, saying he was only returning to his hometown because a larger-than-life golden statue of him isn’t available.

“The human Donald must stand in and be put on display for the multitude of NYC followers desperate to rub the belly and pray at his feet,” said Cohen, who is under house arrest for paying hush money to two women who claim they had affairs with the former president.

It wasn’t clear if ex-first lady Melania Trump would accompany the ex-president.

The Trumps have been mostly holed up at their Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, since leaving the White House on January 20.

The beleaguered ex-president’s return to the five boroughs comes as several New York prosecutors are ramping up investigation into his business dealings.

Both Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr and State Attorney General Letitia James are probing Trump and his namesake company over potential fraud.

Cohen, the ex-president’s former personal fixer, has sat down several times for interviews with prosecutors working on Vance’s Trump inquiry, which is criminal in nature.

Trump’s New York visit does not appear connected to either of the investigations. (tca/dpa/NAN)

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