Trump Plaza Complex Votes Unanimously To Remove His Name | 22 Words

A Florida condo complex that goes by the name "Trump Plaza" has today announced that they will be removing the former president's name from the title.

Here's the full story...

It hasn't been a good couple of months for Donald Trump, has it?


Ever since his election loss in November 2020, things seem to have been going from bad to worse for the scorned former president.

Now, the 4 years under the power of Trump and his administration were interesting, to say the least.


And it was certainly up and down.

Trump sparked his fair share of outrage, imposing a temporary travel ban on Muslims entering and leaving the U.S. and banning transgender people from the military, just for example.

But he also passed a bill that made animal cruelty a federal crime, and unemployment in the country was at an all-time low at just 3.6 percent.

The business tycoon was certainly no stranger to criticism and controversy...


Much of his behavior while acting as president has been questioned.

And in 2019...

Trump underwent an impeachment trial on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Even though the Senate acquitted Trump of these charges on February 5, 2020, the impeachment left a nasty stain on the former president's reputation.

And to make things even worse...


Shortly after the impeachment charges were dropped, the world was hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump insisted over and over to us all how "harmless" the virus was...


Despite catching it himself in October 2020 and seeing more than 430,000 Americans die.

Of course, the nation was left grieving and feeling angry...


But this didn't stop Trump from running as president for a second term in last year's 2020 elections.

Trump's presidential campaign was as chaotic as we'd all expected...


And in comparison to Democratic candidate Joe Biden's toned-down campaign, Trump seemed to be desperately grasping at straws.

He was clearly in panic mode...


And right up until November 3rd, when the votes started to get counted, Trump continued to spread lies about Biden and his campaign team in a desperate bid to be reelected.

But these efforts were to little avail.


On November 7th, it was confirmed that Joe Biden had won the election by amassing 284 electoral college seats to Trump's 214.

It was a clear and fair win for Biden and Kamala Harris...


But Trump refused to see it this way and instead went on to repeatedly accuse Biden and his team of election fraud. These rumors were proven to be untrue, despite the efforts of the Trump campaign.

Trump's refusal to concede to Biden only poured more fuel on his army of angry supporters...


And this led to the shocking scenes at the U.S Capitol building on January 6th right before the power exchange.

At a "Save America" rally held in Washington D.C, the former president encouraged his supporters to "fight for their country"...

Which lead to thousands of them flocking to the Capitol building and breaking in to cause total and utter havoc.

This led to Trump being suspended indefinitely from all major social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

Of course, we all know how much Trump loved to tweet so this was a huge deal.

And then, of course, came the second impeachment.


Donald Trump became the first U.S President in history to be impeached twice.


So, as you can see, things haven't been going well for Trump...


And now, they're set to get just that little bit worse.

A Florida condo complex called Trump Plaza has voted unanimously to change its name following the events of January 6th.

Trump Plaza, a complex comprising of 2 thirty-two-story towers located in Palm Springs, hasn't actually been owned by Donald Trump since 1991, but the decision was made to keep his name attached because of the real estate branding.

However, this view began to change during Trump's stint in the White House...

And ​last year, residents voted not to replace the huge Trump Plaza signs on the top of the building at 525 and 529 Flagler Drive, after they were removed as part of an exterior renovation.

They even opted to remove street-level signs that bore Trump's name during the protests that broke out last summer, over fears the then president's name could compromise their safety.​

And, when the Capitol riots took place, the residents decided that enough was enough.

Now, Trump will no longer have a complex named after him just a stone's throw away from his own home in Mar-a-Lago.

"It has been a long time coming. Most of us are relieved that the name will finally be off the buildings," a condo owner told The Palm Beach Post. "I believe that an overwhelming majority of apartment owners will vote to approve the change."

A new name will be decided in February.

Updates will be posted accordingly.