Donald Trump might have accidentally rented his Bedford, New York, estate to loathed Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi, who has been desperately trying to find a place to pitch his Bedouin tent while in town for the U.N. General Assembly meeting. Trump said he rented his estate to a group of Middle Easterners who may be connected to Gaddafi. Trump's spokeswoman said she is "looking into the matter now." An ABC News helicopter captured an image of a large tent on the 113-acre estate, but Bedford attorney Joel Sachs says a stop order has been issued on the tent because it's an "illegal structure." Gaddafi arrived in the U.S. today, but it's unclear where he will stay tonight. A State Department official told the AP that no one would be staying in the tent overnight, but that Gaddafi would use it for entertaining. Earlier plans to erect his tent in a New Jersey town were roundly rejected by local authorities.