What Would You Do With $3 Million Dollars

The Secret Service would pay the Trump Organization to lease the space.

The Secret Service is required to protect the first family wherever they go. When President Obama or Vice President Biden have gone on vacation, security will pay to rent nearby homes or domiciles to set up security and continue to monitor the first and second families.

Should these negotiations go through, taxpayers would likely be paying the president-elect’s corporation to lease the two floors. The Post reported that a lease deal could cost more than $3 million based on current rates at Trump Tower. Two of the floors, which are 3,000- to 5,000-square-foot spaces, are currently marketed at $105 per square-foot

Let’s look at what $3 “other” million dollars could satisfy…

School Supplies

3-million-school-suppliesAccording to the data, 48 out of 115 LEAs or 42 percent of all LEAs spend between $125,000 – $150,000 to educate a high school graduate. Or the minimum #3MillionDollars worth of school supplies for Inner City Schools could have been bought considering according to the New York Times, “It is hard to find anyone more passionate about the idea of steering public dollars away from traditional public schools than Betsy DeVos, Donald J. Trump’s pick as the cabinet secretary overseeing the nation’s education system.”



New Door Locks


According to The Slot, “After trying—and failing—to disenfranchise black voters on election day with strict voter identification requirements, Republican North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory is now refusing to concede to Democratic challenger Roy Cooper, who is ahead in the count by a small but significant (and growing) margin of 6,600 votes.”




If all else fails, #3MillionDollars could purchase a whole of combination door locks from The Home Depot for $99 plus $12.00 Protection Plan for the next election.



Sources:  New York Times, MSN, The Home Depot, Google Images, The Slot

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