No settled address How Steve Bannon lived in a string of multimillion dollar properties crosswise over America abandoning him Daily Mail

“Steve Ba
on is now a fixture in Washington, working in the White House as President Donald Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor.
But as Ba
on moved up the ranks in political media, he had no fixed address, according to an investigation by the Washington Post.
Ba
on owned property in California and had rental homes in Florida, while conducting business in both D.C. and New York.
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Steve Ba
on, President Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor, had no fixed address in the years of his political rise, renting homes in Florida, owning properties in California and spending time in D.C. and New York. He is seen above with Trump during the swearing in session on January 22
In 2013 Ba
on signed a two-year lease with his third ex-wife Diane Clohesy, a Tea Party activist, for a Miami home on Opechee Drive, pictured above
Ba
on’s second Miami property, on Onaway Drive, pictured above, was slated to be demolished after Ba
on’s third ex-wife moved out and the home was left vacant for months
Another address: In 2010 Ba
on told Orange County election officials that he wanted to become a ‘permanent absentee voter’ and have all ballots mailed to his Laguna Beach home, seen above. By early 2015, Ba
on had rented out his Laguna Beach home and bought an additional property in North Carolina
FROM CALIFORNIA TO FLORIDA AND NYC: NOMADIC BANNON’S LONG LIST OF ‘HOMES’ 2010 – Ba
on told Orange County election officials that he wanted to become a ‘permanent absentee voter’ and have all ballots mailed to his Laguna Beach home 2011 – Ba
on produced and directed a documentary about 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, Alaska’s ex-governor, for a Sarasota, Florida-based company called the Victory Film Project. According to the Post, Ba
on is listed as a manager of that company in Florida records November 2012 – He voted in the election by absentee in California and renewed his California driver’s license 2013 – Ba
on signed a two-year lease with his third ex-wife Diane Clohesy, a Tea Party activist, for a Miami home on Opechee Drive. The couple had divorced in California in 2009, but Clohesy had continued to do documentary filmmaking work alongside her former husband. He had reportedly pla
ed to split his time between Florida and California. In May 2013 Ba
on opened an account for municipal sewer and water service at the Opechee Drive property 2014 – 2016 – Ba
on was registered to vote in Florida Early 2015 – Ba
on rented the home he had in Laguna Beach, California, and bought an additional property in North Carolina. He switched a sewer service at an Opechee Drive property in Miami, Florida to a different house on Onaway Drive, where he re-registered to vote. The two houses were just blocks away from one another in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood. Opechee Drive home was left in a shambles when he vacated it with $14,000 worth of damages according to the landlord 2015 – While Ba
on rented the Onaway Drive home, he was becoming a fixture in Washington and spent time living at what’s called the ‘Breitbart Embassy,’ a Capitol Hill row home tucked several blocks behind the Supreme Court in Washington DC 2016 – In the months before Ba
on would take over Trump’s campaign he had shut off the water at the second Miami home, which was left vacant. It has since been slated for demolition August 2016 – On August 19 he signed an oath that he now lived at the home of a longtime business associate in Nokomis, Florida, in Sarasota County November 2016 – Ba
on had re-registered to vote in New York using the address of a Manhattan condo overlooking Bryant Park *Source The Washington Post
The Post chronicled Ba
on’s nomadic lifestyle in an attempt to see if the top Trump aide claimed Florida residency to avoid paying income taxes, as the Guardian speculated when that news organization broke the story last August that Ba
on, who had just signed on with the Trump campaign, was registered to vote at a vacant Miami home.
The newspaper’s investigation didn’t fully answer the riddle of Ba
on’s residency, but instead found a trail of ‘ambiguity, contradictions and questions’, the Post’s Robert O’Harrow Jr. and Shawn Boburg wrote.
It did uncover that state prosecutors in Miami are investigating Ba
on’s claim that he was a Florida resident and qualified to vote in the Sunshine State from 2014 to 2016.
By election day of 2016, Ba
on had re-registered to vote in New York, using the address of a Manhattan condo, and cast a ballot, presumably for his boss, by absentee.
Ba
on, however, started out as a California guy.
He had a condo in Los Angeles and a house in Laguna Beach. In 2010 he told Orange County election officials that he wanted to become a ‘permanent absentee voter’ and have all ballots mailed to his Laguna Beach home.
However, in 2011 Ba
on produced and directed a documentary about 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, Alaska’s ex-governor, for a Sarasota, Florida-based company called the Victory Film Project.
According to the Post, Ba
on is listed as a manager of that company in Florida records.
By March 2012, on the heels of the death of Andrew Breitbart, Ba
on was given the role of executive chairman of Breitbart News, which started in Los Angeles, but was expanding to Washington, D.C.
Ba
on voted in the November 2012 election by absentee in California and renewed his California driver’s license, the investigation found, but three months later signed a two-year lease with his third ex-wife Diane Clohesy, a Tea Party activist, for a Miami home on Opechee Drive.
The couple had divorced in California in 2009, but Clohesy had continued to do documentary filmmaking work alongside her former husband.
Ba
on, according to interviews conducted by the Post, told the owners of the home that he pla
ed to split his time between Florida and California.
The rent for the home was a steep $4,900, though Ba
on showed that he could afford it by pointing to the $750,000 a year he made at Breitbart, along with an additional $270,000 a year he made as the executive chairman of a Santa Monica film distribution company called Arc Entertainment.
In 2016 Ba
on had re-registered to vote in New York using the address of a Manhattan condo overlooking Bryant Park. The exterior of the property is seen above”

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