Eric Trump, the son of former President Donald Trump, took to Twitter to express his frustration and disappointment after a recent legal ruling in New York. In a series of tweets, he voiced his concerns about what he perceives as a coordinated effort to harm his family’s reputation and business.
In his first tweet, Eric Trump lamented his loss of faith in the New York legal system. He accused a judge and the Attorney General of harboring deep-seated animosity toward his father, leading to what he believes is an attempt to destroy their family’s life, company, and accomplishments. Eric emphasized the track record of their company, highlighting their consistent loan payments and the substantial profits they’ve generated for banks, as well as their development of iconic assets worldwide.
One of the central points of contention in the legal case is the valuation of Mar-a-Lago, the Trump family’s property in Palm Beach, Florida. Eric Trump claimed that the judge’s ruling valued Mar-a-Lago at only approximately “$18 million dollars,” despite widespread speculation that it could be worth well over a billion dollars, potentially making it one of the most valuable residential properties in the country. He called this valuation “corrupt and coordinated” and expressed his dismay over what he perceives as a grave miscarriage of justice.
Eric Trump went on to compare Mar-a-Lago to other properties, highlighting its size, location on the beach and intercostal, and its sprawling reach across Palm Beach Island. He described the ruling as a “travesty of justice” and an embarrassment to the court.
In a further plea, Eric Trump stressed that he had no involvement in the case and that multiple witnesses had testified to his role in acquiring, developing, and managing properties, rather than handling back-office functions. He underscored his belief that he is being targeted solely because of his last name and his unwavering support for his father. He lamented the state of the country, which he believes is in rapid decline.
Eric Trump’s tweets reveal his deep frustration and concern over the legal proceedings and their impact on his family. The controversy surrounding the valuation of Mar-a-Lago continues to unfold, raising questions about the fairness and integrity of the legal system, as seen through the eyes of a prominent political figure’s family member.
These homes are about 1/30 the size of Mar-a-Lago, not on the beach (let alone the beach and intercostal), don’t span from once side of the Palm Beach Island to the other… it is a travesty of justice and an embarrassment to the court. pic.twitter.com/d59nEsTtwo
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) September 26, 2023
JUST IN – A New York judge ruled that Trump inflated his property values, including Mar-a-Lago, which the judge determined was worth $18-$27 million from 2011 to 2021.
To put this into perspective, neighboring homes on 0.28-0.89 acres are listed for $18-40 million.
— KanekoaTheGreat (@KanekoaTheGreat) September 27, 2023
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