Look What Happened To Trump’s Caribbean Estate After Irma Hurricane


Many people prayed for Trump’s property in the Caribbean to be wiped out by Irma Hurricane. The sad thing here is that they are relieved at last because the entire property of President Donald Trump, and not only his property, THE ENTIRE ISLAND is DEVASTATED by Irma Hurricane. In the report below you have an opportunity to see how’s the ‘aftermath’ looking after one of the biggest hurricanes hit the Caribbean.

President Donald Trump’s estate on the Caribbean island of St. Martin survived Hurricane Irma nearly unscathed, while fellow billionaire Richard Branson’s private estate in the British Virgin Islands did not fare as well.

Citing photos taken of the property, USA Today reported that Trump’s Chateau des Palmiers located on the French-controlled side of the island “is still standing with hardly a single roof tile lost.”


Trump had listed the property for sale by Sotheby’s International Realty for $16.9 million prior to the storm.

The Category 5 hurricane, with sustained winds of 185 mph, destroyed 95 percent of the rest of the island, according to USA Today.


The Trump Organization is still assessing the damage to its Florida properties.

Prior to the storm, Mar-a-Lago Club and Trump International Golf Club in Palm Beach, as well as Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, were all closed, while Trump National Doral was urging those holding reservations to make alternative plans.

Calls to Mar-a-Lago and the Palm Beach properties by Western Journalism went unanswered on Wednesday, while the Jupiter location had reopened.

Additionally, Trump National Doral confirmed the property was open for business with limited services, including hotel rooms and some on-property dining, though the golf course and spa remained closed.

British billionaire Richard Branson’s Necker Island resort in the British Virgin Islands did not fare as well as Trump’s Caribbean estate.

“Much of the buildings and vegetation on Necker has been destroyed or badly damaged. But British Virgin Islands Hurricane #Irma story is not about Necker – it is about the tens of thousands of people who have lost their homes and their livelihoods,” Branson wrote in an Instagram post.

The businessman is helping coordinate aid to the British Virgin Islands.

Former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama visited Necker Island for an extended stay with Branson shortly after leaving the White House earlier this year.

H/T WesternJournalism

Let’s hope that we won’t see natural disasters of this proportion again in the future. Maybe the wrath of nature was pointed at those who betrayed their own country, and Donald Trump is not one of them for sure. At least, the leftists could start celebrating now. Their wishes came true.