Now That We Know That Trump's Mar-a-Lago Neighbors Say He Can't Live There, Where Will He and Melania Go on January 20?

Donald Trump has always believed that he’s entitled to whatever he wants, which is why he’s had three trophy wives, only the first two were sensible enough to remove themselves from him.
He thinks he’s entitled to stay in the People’s White House past January 20, and he’s ordered Mike Pence to say that at a constitutionally required Joint Session of Congress on January 6.
In 2018 he became a Florida resident because he prefers warm weather to blustery New York blizzards and because he has a private club there.
But as the Times reports today, there’s a glitch: seems that when he turned Mar-a-Lago into a private business (most things are private about Trump except for his constant tendency to rant, very publicly, against anyone who crosses him), his wealthy neighbors don't want him to live there, because he signed an agreement in 1993 that allowed him to convert a private residence into a moneymaking club (everything about Trump involves money, as we know very well) with provisions that he would not be allowed to live there (
So we asked associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones, a mole planted in the White House on January 20, 2017 by DNC Chair Tom Perez, whether Trump and Melania will be homeless after President Biden’s inauguration.
Jones told us that she had already made arrangements with associate solitary reporter Tamara Christensen, the CEO of New Genesis Transitional Community for the Homeless in the basement of Denver’s Central Presbyterian Church, for Trump to enter her program, but only if he’s willing to wear a mask and a face mask and do chores like the other men in the Working Man’s Shelter, plus go out and get a job as a paid intern for the Colorado Democratic Party.
But Jones had to correct herself within five minutes, because Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. has a warrant for Trump’s arrest at 12:01 pm. on January 20, on charges of massive fraud against investors and, as well, the full faith and credit of the United States.
So Trump will be reporting on the afternoon of January 20 to the New York City Correctional Department at 75-20 Astoria Boulevard.
ASR Christensen told Jones that she’s actually quite relieved that Trump won’t be housed in her homeless shelter. “The man’s incorrigible, he would never fit in, he clearly wouldn’t follow any single one of our very strict rules."