By Steve Neavling
Donald Trump stands to gain financially by having the Secret Service protect him and his family at Trump Tower in New York City.
The Secret Service is reportedly negotiating with his business to lease at least two floors of Trump Tower at a cost of about $3 million, the New York Post reports.
If the deal works out as planned, the Secret Service would rent two floors to “run a 24/7 command post” and provide space for more than 250 Secret Service agents and New York Police Department officers.
Trump has come under criticism for trying to profit off his position as soon-to-be president.