BEDMINSTER, N.J. – He may be a New York native. But it is New Jersey that may own "The Donald" for eternity.
Real-estate mogul Donald Trump has filed paperwork to build a wedding chapel on his golf course in Bedminster. He told The Star-Ledger of Newark that he wants to later convert the building into a mausoleum for himself and his family.
Trump called the 525-acre Trump National Golf Club property in picturesque Somerset County hill country, about 50 miles west of Manhattan, a "beautiful place." Trump built the course, which opened in 2004, on the former estate of the late automaker John DeLorean.
Plans to build the chapel would be contingent on approval from the Bedminster Planning Board, Trump said. The board is expected to review the application next month.