The fourth estate is reporting on a story in The Wall Street Journal that reports that a real estate investor in New York was able to buy a mansion in Trump’s Trump International Golf Links in 2018 for $1.4 million.
The Wall Street News reported on the story in October of 2018.
The story was then confirmed by The Associated Press on October 31, 2018, but no further details were revealed at the time.
It has now been reported by The Washington Post, the New York Post, and others that the mansion is owned by Donald Trump.
According to The Wall St. Journal article, the man was able buy the property because the property was worth $3.6 million at the end of the third quarter of 2018, when Trump announced his bid for the presidency.
The Trump Organization said in a statement that it was unable to confirm the purchase, but it did say the transaction “presents a significant milestone in the history of the Trump Organization.”
Trump International Golf links is one of the world’s most luxurious golf courses, including a 17-hole course that includes a 12-hole water feature, a 16-hole bunker with a bunkhouse, a 21-hole par-5 course, and a par-4 course.
Trump also owns a large, privately-owned golf course in New Jersey, and he also owns golf courses in New Orleans, Fla., and Palm Beach, Fla.
Trump has long touted his links as a great investment opportunity, as they have long been a source of income for the billionaire developer.
Last month, The Wall Streets Journal reported that Trump’s campaign and his son Eric had paid more than $2 million to purchase a house in the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, for $3 million in 2018.
In an interview with The Wall ST Journal, Eric Trump told the paper that he paid the full price for the house, which was a property of his father’s.
“We paid the price,” Eric Trump said.
“We’re really not interested in a house for that kind of money.
The real estate market is not a good one.”