Trump’s Mar-a-Lago erroneously listed on Zillow as sold

As Donald Trump Jr. slams the false reports, Zillow has removed the fake listing, which originally reported that the Trump residence sold for $422,000,000.

Reports claiming that former President Donald Trump transferred ownership of his Mar-a-Lago estate to his son Donald Trump Jr. before his arrest in Georgia have been debunked as false, as reported by Newsweek. An incorrect listing on the real estate site Zillow inaccurately suggested the property was “off the market,” but Zillow later clarified that it remained “on the market.” The initial listing indicated a sale for $422 million on August 4th and described the property’s location and size.

The Trump Organization refuted the claim, with Eric Trump asserting that Mar-a-Lago had not been sold and would never be. The false report circulated just prior to Trump’s arrest on 13 felony charges in Georgia, to which he had voluntarily surrendered.

There was speculation that Trump might have transferred ownership to Mar-a-Lago Inc. instead of selling it outright. The company Mar-a-Lago Inc., listed under Donald Trump Jr., had a Tallahassee address. However, Trump Jr. denied this assertion.

In response to media reports, Trump Jr. strongly criticized the claims, labeling them as “total and complete fake news.” He expressed frustration with media outlets for running such stories without retracting them.

After a period of reduced media visibility, during which he chose not to partake in the first GOP primary debate, former President Trump reappeared on social media platform X (formerly Twitter), posting his mugshot after being booked on 13 felony counts in Georgia. This marked his return to the platform since his last tweet in January 2021, where he announced his absence from President Joe Biden’s inauguration.

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