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10 August 2017, 12:08 | Rudolph Thomas
The Jamaica Estates Tudor fits 20 people and comes with a life-size cut-out of the Commander in Chief
For $725 per night, you and 19 of your closest friends can now sleep in the childhood home of President Donald J. Trump.
It seems that way: According to the Times-Ledger, the house appeared recently on the short-term rental site, with a $725/night asking price.
The 3 1⁄2-bathroom home, which was first listed on Airbnb in June, has 17 beds for guests, internet connection and cable television. However, it does not have a relationship with the White House, the president or the Trump administration. Internet and cable TV are included so, it can be the ideal place to watch President Trump deliver remarks during a State of the Union address and really feel connected to what President Trump is saying.
Now's your chance: The president's New York City boyhood home is on Airbnb.
The Airbnb listing plays the nostalgia card, saying, "In 1946, Donald Trump was born to Fred and Mary Trump, and brought home to Jamaica Estates".
The host of the space advertises the lodging as "a unique and special opportunity" to live in the former home of a sitting president.
"He is a great companion for watching Fox News late into the night".
"Not much has been changed since the Trumps lived here", the listing states.
Misha Hagani, the principal of Paramount Realty USA, which auctioned off the home for $2.14 million to an unnamed buyer in March, confirmed the authenticity of the Airbnb post.
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