Irma just slammed into Donald Trump’s Caribbean estate
President Donald Trump’s $17 million beachfront Caribbean mansion survived Hurricane Irma relatively unscathed, its red roofs standing in stark contrast to the toppled buildings littering the rest of St. Martin. St. Martin was 95 percent destroyed after Hurricane Irma tore through on Sept. 6 bringing with her 225 mph winds. The island’s four strongest buildings were destroyed, a French official told the Epoch Times, yet somehow the sprawling Trump villa was largely left standing. Drone footage obtained by the Daily Mail revealed splintered palm trees and once-opulent swimming pools blackened with fetid water. A gazebo roof was also ripped from it structure and lay collapsed on the beach.