BREAKING: Look What Just Happened To President Trump’s Home After Winning Election

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With Donald Trump’s victory comes some major problems for city and federal authorities who are dealing with a “security nightmare” in the middle of Manhattan. You see, that is where President Trump lives! 

The Federal Aviation Administration has already enacted a no-fly zone around Trump Tower that bans flights over the popular landmark for a two mile radius within 3,000ft of the 58-story building where Trump and his family live and work, and which also houses other apartments and offices.

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The no-fly zone will exist until Trump moves into the White House in January.

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The flight ban will re-route many helicopter tours of the city, limit the work of media helicopters as well as re-routing commercial aircraft. Drones are also banned.

ABC7 reports that the new ‘White House’ on Fifth Avenue, Trump Tower, is now surrounded by new and unbelievable security measures.

“This becomes a security nightmare for the NYPD,” says security expert Joe Giacalone.

Giacalone, a former NYPD detective and John Jay instructor believes Trump Tower, in the heart of Midtown, and also a public building offers a number of unique challengers for the secret service and the NYPD.

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“Especially now that he is the President-elect, people are going to want to go see it. It’s going to become another big tourist attraction, so I think we’re going to see a combination of private security and the NYPD,” adds Giacalone.

Jack Davis at Western Journalism reports that concrete barriers have been set up around the iconic building. A row of sanitation trucks and salt spreaders filled with sand have been acting as impromptu barricades along Fifth Avenue.

One lane of traffic on Fifth Avenue, already subject to major traffic tie-ups, is expected to remain closed to forestall car bomb attacks on the building.

Changes are also coming to everyone who lives or works in the building. The Secret Service will now be vetting everyone within the building, and a process is expected to be put in place to also screen guests visiting residents or businesses.

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Even as officials work to increase security, the sidewalk across the street from Trump Tower is becoming a popular site for protesters angered at Trump’s victory. In response, police have set aside areas for protesters, supporters and members of the media to gather. Security screens have been set up at entrances to obscure the identities of people entering and leaving Trump Tower.

New Yorkers are prepared to tolerate the disruption as they do all the other vagaries of living or working in Manhattan.

“I actually think it’s only going to be for a limited time. I think it’s for right now, because of all the hype regarding the election, but I figure about a month or two, it will be back to normal,” says Laseanda Covington.

“We can’t have dump trucks all up and down the avenue. I mean, it’s just not practical, and it doesn’t look nice, so I think this is going to happen one day at a time, so to speak,” adds Giacalone.

These security measures come amidst calls for Trump’s assassination on Twitter from filthy liberal scumbags.

WE WON- YOU LOST SO DEAL WITH IT YOU FOUL LEFTIST GARBAGE!

And by all means, feel free to get out of my country. Pack up your liberal garbage and GET THE HELL OUT!

God Bless.

I VOTED FOR DONALD TRUMP AND TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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