Trump Tower Is On Fire, New York Authorities Confirm

Firefighters have been called to Trump Tower, where a blaze has broken out in the New York building.

The president is not believed to be at his midtown tower block, and no injuries or evacuations have yet been reported.

Footage from the scene shows smoke billowing from the roof of the 58-storey building and firefighters tackling the problem on the top of the building, with initial reports suggesting the blaze was caused by an electrical problem.

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Trump has yet to comment on the fire, where he lived with his wife Melania and their son Barron, until moving into the White House at the beginning of 2017.

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The blaze reportedly broke out at around 6.58am on Monday, NBC4 New York reported.


A view of Trump Tower in New York City. Getty

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