The president initially listed his legal residence as the White House on a Florida voter registration application, filed in September 2019, according to a copy of a document the Post received through a request for public records.
In one form, he told Florida officials that his “legal residence” was in Washington, while the other said he was a “bona fide resident” of Palm Beach, the Post reported.
A month later, Trump re-applied for voter registration, citing the address of his Mar-a-Lago resort as his legal residence, the Post reported.
The Palm Beach and Florida’s Division election supervisor did not answer mail questions. CNN also reached for comment.
CNN previously reported that Trump requested his ballot to send mail on March 9, according to the website of County Election Supervisor Palm Beach. And he was admitted for processing on March 16th.