DiCaprio, Trump’s Secretary Of The Army Swap Luxurious Houses

Ford Springer | Contributor

Leonardo DiCaprio and Vincent Viola, Donald Trump’s choice for secretary of the Army, are apparently in the business of buying one another’s former residences.

(Photo credit: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni - RTX2S84R)

(Photo credit: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni – RTX2S84R)

Billionaire businessman Viola recently bought the academy award-winning actor’s luxurious Manhattan apartment, according to Page Six. The “healthy living” condo complete with a Vitamin C shower was purchased by an LLC registered to Viola’s son Michael for $8 million.

DiCaprio also recently purchased a property that previously belonged to Viola. (RELATED: Leonard DiCaprio Meets With Donald, Ivanka Trump In New York)

“The Revenant” actor bought the Malibu, California Paradise Cove plot for a reported $23 million. Viola purchased the 1.76-acre cliffside property about ten years ago for $11 million.

Vincent Viola stands in an elevator in Trump Tower (Getty Images)

(Getty Images)

DiCaprio supported Hillary Clinton during the presidential election, but has since met with President-elect Donald Trump and members of his team.

The Oscar-winning actor visited with Trump in New York in early December to talk about climate change and discuss how green jobs could promote the economy. He also gave the president-elect a copy of his climate change documentary, “Before the Flood,” which Trump reportedly promised to watch.

Ford Springer



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