Trump headed to Manhattan for ritzy fundraiser

President Trump will make a rare visit to his luxe Trump Tower pad Thursday after attending a fundraiser at the Upper East Side home of Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick.

The president was expected to arrive at the Wall Street landing zone about 6 p.m. before heading uptown to hobnob with deep-pocketed backers at the big-bucks bash.

It will reportedly be only his 14th visit to his signature building since taking office, compared to the 91 days he has spent at Mar-a-Lago, his posh Florida resort, and 58 days at his golf club in Bedminster in Jersey, according to the website TrumpGolfCount, which tracks his trips to the links.

The White House has said in the past that visits to Trump Tower were limited because of the massive security required as well as the ensuing traffic disruptions.

Bloomberg reported this week that Trump Tower was one of the least desirable luxury properties in Manhattan, with at least eight condo owners selling their units at a loss since his 2016 election victory.

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