In the house at 521 Madison Avenue, the décor is clean and modern, with a full bar, tables and chairs.
A huge whiteboard with the word RONARDS HOUSE (his surname) sits on the kitchen counter, and the decor includes a giant portrait of the president, a portrait of President Trump on the mantelpiece, and a framed portrait of himself.
I can tell you, it’s a big house, and it’s got a lot of stuff.
It’s a very big house.
You can sit in here, and you can have a beer or two, and I think it’s really cool.
Ronald Mcdonald is the president of Donald Trump’s business empire.
The house sits across from Trump’s penthouse, which he purchased for $2.7 million in 2011.
Mcdonald’s new residence is one of several developments Trump is building in downtown Manhattan, including Trump Tower and Trump Plaza.
The Trump Organization has also announced plans to open a golf course in Trump National Golf Club in Virginia.
Trump said he wanted to live in a home with “luxury, quality, elegance, and peace of mind,” and he said he was going to keep his expenses down.
McDonald said he would not sell his Trump Organization property to a third party.
“I’m going to have the best of both worlds,” he said.
In his interview with ABC News, Trump did not say if he was aware of the allegations against him or if he would file a lawsuit against them.
At a press conference this week, Trump said that if any allegations were true, he “would have been immediately fired.”
Trump added that the women who have come forward with allegations against Trump are “phony stories.”
ABC News’ Jodi DeSantis contributed to this report.