(ANSA) – WASHINGTON, July 31 – Ivana Trump was buried at her ex-husband’s golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, in the news these days for hosting a tournament sponsored by Saudi Arabia. The New York Post revealed this by publishing a photo of the tombstone of the socialite who died on July 24 at the age of 73.
The cemetery is located in a flowery area, near the first hole of the field, which Donald Trump decided in 2017 to use as a family cemetery. The former president himself said that he wanted to be buried there.
According to some US media, the “family cemetery” will be just an excuse used by Trump to get a tax break. In fact, under New Jersey law, any designated land used as a cemetery is exempt from all taxes, rates, and assessments. Cemetery businesses are also specifically exempt from paying estate or property taxes and even inheritance taxes.
Former President Trump had been planning to build a cemetery in his club for at least ten years. In 2012, the intention was to create a mausoleum for himself, an idea partially scaled back with the idea of a family cemetery with more than 1,000 graves. Then it was the turn of a “family cemetery with 10 pieces,” as the Washington Post reported, and then a cemetery with more than 284 places. (Dealing).
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