WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – The Trump Tower Manila (which is actually located in Makati City) is being readied as a possible permanent residence for U.S. President Donald Trump if he loses the elections in November.
In a recent campaign rally in Macon, Georgia, Trump said he will leave the country if he loses the election to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden.
Trump Tower Manila, also known as Trump Tower at Century City, is a residential building that stands 57 stories high and is the third tallest building in the Philippines. It cost $150 million to build.
Asked why he is thinking of the Philippines when he has real estate properties in many other parts of the world, Trump said “Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is my good friend,” and that “many Filipinos love me, and I love them.”
Trump is trailing Biden by double digits in practically all U.S. polls.