Donald Trump's childhood Queens home appears as $725/night Airbnb rental

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- For $725 per night, you can stay in President Donald Trump's childhood home.

According to the host, Trump lived in the Jamaica Estates home - built by his father - when he was born to the age of four.

Most of the house is in its original form according to the Airbnb listing. Considering Trump reportedly called the White House "a real dump", maybe he'd like to check it out.

The Tudor-style home at 85-15 Wareham Place in Queens can accommodate 20 guests in its five bedrooms, with one king bed, seven bunk beds, two sofa beds, and two cribs.

While new owners have long since taken over, the bungalow embraces Trump-centric decor to attract visitors who want to spend a night in the same space the president once did. Internet and cable TV are included so, it can be the flawless place to watch President Trump deliver remarks during a State of the Union address and really feel connected to what President Trump is saying.

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Inside the home there is plenty of Donald Trump memorabilia to make you feel connected to the current president, including framed photos and magazine covers around the house.

The address is listed on Trump's birth certificate, and the 45th president lived there until he was around 4 years old, CNN reported.

"The operator of the Airbnb listing is someone I know and they contacted me to tell me that this is what their plan is", Hagani said.

The five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom property in Queens is described in an advertisement on lodgings website Airbnb as "the flawless accommodation for a NY vacation".

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