Della Femina, who initially tried to get $40 million for the property, blamed President Obama for forcing him out of town.
“I want the proceeds of this sale to go to my kids and my grandkids,” he told The Post’s Jennifer Gould Keil and Selim Algar. “I don’t want my money going to Obama, and that’s what’s going to happen in the New Year. That’s why I sold right now, that’s why I wanted to get this done.”
“I’m basically the loser in Obama’s class warfare,” he added.
The East Hampton house has eight bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and sits on nearly 1.7 acres.
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