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BRINY BREEZES — A Palm Beach County trailer park could be the site of a future Donald J. Trump presidential library.

That’s the vision of James Arena, a real estate broker and resident of Briny Breezes, the 43-acre coastal town just south of Boynton Beach that’s made up entirely of a mobile home park.

Arena, an avid Trump supporter, says he thinks he can convince the president to buy the land and turn it into a personal monument. Arena said he has the ball rolling by reaching out to his friend, rapper and Palm Beach County resident Vanilla Ice, who is close to the Trump family.

“Vanilla Ice ran it by Donald Jr.,” Arena said of the president’s eldest son. “He called me back and said, ‘Man, I think they’re really into it.’”

And wherever this abomination is, it’s going to be a huge grift all the way.

Every president since Herbert Hoover has established a presidential library in his home state. The president or his representatives are responsible for construction costs, usually paid for by non-profit foundations.

Arena said Trump could develop the land by building a hotel, marina and restaurants along with the presidential library and make the site a major tourist attraction.

“It makes a lot of sense for him to do something like that here,” Arena said.

It’s not the first time Trump’s name has been linked to Briny Breezes. In 2007, Trump showed interest in the land, possibly teaming with The Related Group at the time. “We may do that together,” Trump said then. “It’s a great job, a wonderful location.”

If Trump did buy Briny Breezes, he could change the name to “Trump Town,” Arena suggested.

Trump Town will probably already be taken to name the concentration camps of his second term, but they’ll figure something out.

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