Trump’s Mansion On The Caribbean Remains Untouched After Irma

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Trumps Mansion On The Caribbean Remains Untouched After Irma
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God just proved that he is looking over President Donald Trump. While Hurricane Irma destroyed everything in the Caribbean, his property was left untouched.

The mansion has 11 bedrooms and it’s worth $16.9 million. This is a clear sign that Trump is meant to be in the White House.

Meanwhile, his Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago resort was destroyed, and as his organization said, the rebuild of the property could take years. This property survived a lot of hurricanes in the 90 years of its existence.

Other celebrities had their houses destroyed and most of them don’t know the details of how much damage was inflicted.

As for now, it’s still unknown if any damages of the expensive properties of people like Gloria Estefan and Sean “Diddy” Combs on Star Island. Also, Eddie Murphy and Johnny Depp’s places in the Bahamas. Oprah Winfrey’s Caribbean getaway mansions on Paradise Island and Antigua in the Bahamas.

However, some other celebrities who have properties on Caribbean islands publicly announced their losses.

One wealthy person who had his whole property destroyed was billionaire Richard Branson of the Virgin Empire. He shared a photograph of his private Necker Island, showing how much damage Irma inflicted, while he and his staff were in a concrete wine cellar waiting the storm to pass.

“We felt the full force of the strongest hurricane ever in the Atlantic Ocean,” he wrote. “But we are very fortunate to have a strong cellar built into Necker’s Great House and were very lucky all of our teams who stayed on Island during the storm are safe and well.”

And now he is raising aid for the British Virgin Islands.

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Source: conservativefighters.com

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