Trump Tower Partly Considered Farmland

Rump Tower


Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan is partially considered farmland.

This is because a pair of goats, named Reagan and Sarah-Palin, call the 38th floor in the building home.

They are fed primarily Japanese sod and wild-caught salmon from New Zealand. They also enjoy a Jacuzzi tub, several 3d 4k televisions with surround sound, and weekly pedicures. Additionally, since Trump was elected president, a small Secret Service detail monitors the goats round-the-clock.

Although Trump spares no expense on the animals’ food and care, the tower receives massive tax breaks, both state and federal, as it is partially farmland. However, it is unclear how much he actually saves, as Trump, to date, hasn’t released his complete tax returns.