Donald Trump Wants To Spend The Afterlife Beside His Beloved New Jersey Golf Club

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Donald Trump loves Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. so much, he’s currently lobbying a state board to build a cemetery next to the course so guests, and possibly the Trump family, can spend eternity there, according to Jarrett Renshaw of the Star-Ledger.The cemetery would be a 1.5-acre site exclusively for the final resting place of wealthy club members, who already pay as much as $300,000 in membership fees, the Star-Ledger reported.

Trump owns several golf courses across the country and in other parts of the world, but always boasts about the magnificence of his Bedminster location. He’s attempted to host the U.S Open there, but so far has failed.

This isn’t the first time Trump has drawn plans to spend his afterlife in New Jersey. In 2007, he submitted plans to Somerset County for a 19-foot-high, stone mausoleum near the first hole on one of the courses at Trump National Golf Club, according to the Star-Ledger.

The plans were rejected in 2007 because the opulent proposal did not fit in with the town’s rural culture, the Star-Ledger reported. 

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