Tiffany Trumpdaughter Donald Trump with your ex-wife Marla Maples (1993-1999) Nigerian-born fiancé Michael Paulus, 25, married over the weekend in a lavish ceremony at the former president’s home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida.
Trump’s daughter exchanged vows with the billionaire’s 25-year-old heir on Saturday and her father walked down the aisle in a sparkly Elie Saab wedding dress.
Tiffany’s mother, actress Marla Maples – who divorced Donald in 1999 – wore an Elie Saab dress.
His half-sister Ivanka Trump was one of the bridesmaids at the wedding, which brought family and close friends together, although some couldn’t because Hurricane Nicole reached Florida and ended up shutting down Palm Beach International Airport.
Tiffany, 29, and Michael Met in 2018 at Lindsay Lohan Club in Greece🇧🇷
The family of Michael Bols owns Boulos Enterprises, a Nigerian company that distributes, assembles and sells motorcycles, electric bikes, tricycles, and outboard motors. The company is home to several well-known brands including Aprilia, Moto Guzzi and Haojue, as well as being the sole importer and distributor of Suzuki in Nigeria.
The Pauls family started in Lagos, in a shop that sold jewelry and other small items to the upper middle class. His grandfather George, a Lebanese goldsmith who emigrated to Nigeria in 1936, ran a jewelry business.
Tiffany’s wedding took place in the midst of the operation the former President of the United States is undergoing with his other children. According to Business Insider trumpHis three eldest sons are being sued by his company, The Trump Organization, for engaging in “billion dollar fraud” for more than a decade and irregularly raising hundreds of millions of dollars.
The publication claimed that Trump was trying to evade justice, but the famous businessman officially received the 220-page lawsuit on Thursday, October 20, as did his son Eric Trump. Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. You have already agreed to receive the relevant documents.
New York Attorney General Letitia James also filed a lawsuit last week to prevent the Trump Organization from transferring assets to a new company it has conveniently set up in Delaware just days before the fraud lawsuit was announced.
James explained in a press release, according to the magazine, the decision:
Our investigation revealed the fact that Donald Trump and the Trump Organization engaged in massive fraud to inflate their personal wealth into billions of dollars to illegally enrich and deceive the system. Since we filed this sweeping lawsuit last month, Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have continued these same fraudulent practices and have taken steps to evade responsibility. Today, we seek an immediate halt to these actions because Mr. Trump shouldn’t be playing by different rules.”
The US Secret Service spends at least $1.75 million each day Donald Trumpaccording to new documents.
Much of the expenses were paid to the former US president’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The expenses are related to hosting a security team dedicated to protecting the millionaire and his family, according to newly disclosed government records. The information is from the American magazine Variety.
Surveys show that at least $850,000 was spent on former President Donald Trump’s golf property, $400,000 on Trump hotels, and $300,000 on Mar-a-Lago. The data comes from a nonpartisan Washington-based watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, which obtained the documents through public procedures and filings.
Trump lives at the members-only beachfront Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, although he often travels from Florida to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, the location Mr. Trump chose to spend the summer. seasons.
During Trump’s tenure, he and his family traveled to Mar-a-Lago at least 146 times. It was called Mar-a-Lago, the “White Winter House”.
The Washington Post recently reported that Mar-a-Lago paid $396.15 a night from the Secret Service to rent a room. Officers also rented meeting space and equipment.
Some Secret Service expenditures found during investigations indicate that the spending began in 2016, shortly after Trump became the Republican presidential candidate.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (CREW) reported in an online post that Trump “used the trips to stuff his pockets with taxpayer money by protecting his Secret Service.”
Outside government ethics groups have long expressed concerns about the ways Trump could use his presidency to the benefit of the Trump Organization to further enrich itself. He continued to own his company throughout his presidency, but required his sons to manage it.
Variety reached out to Trump’s team after the presidency, but did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
CREW spokeswoman Gina Grande said the organization would release the documents in the coming days.
The $1.75 million is specifically related to spending on Trump properties, so it does not include spending on other hotels in nearby areas or on car rentals and meals purchased elsewhere.
It is not uncommon for the Secret Service to spend millions of dollars protecting current or former presidents. Previous presidents receive Secret Service protection until their death, unless they refuse to serve. The difference with Trump is that Secret Service spending greatly enriches him personally and his family.
President Joe Biden’s trips to his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, cost the government at least $3 million in hotel accommodation and rental cars during the president’s first 43 weeks in office, according to documents obtained.
Before he became president, Biden paid the Secret Service $2,200 a month to live in a country house on his property. In total, Biden earned $171,600 between 2011 and 2017 when he was vice president, the Washington Post reported. The difference between the two presidents is that the disbursements were not intended for companies owned by Biden.
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