After the website site ShareAmerica highlighted a State Dept webpage which clearly touted Trump's South Florida resort as the "Winter White House," the State Dept. removed the page. Imagine what follows:
Another important issue regarding the Trump resort relates to the reality the public nor government observers have no access to who visits Trump at the resort nor who might visit the resort as a reward for pay-to-play prospects.
If you think we are stretching our partisan opines a bit too far, how about a reality check or two.
On January 25th, 2017 mere days after the Trump inauguration trump raised the membership to the Florida resort: CNBC News. coincidence? The increase was planned months before the November 2106 General Elections? Both questions are rhetorical for anyone who isn't a tin-hat Trump supporter or if you are a Trump celebrity worshipper.
Today we ran across a short video from NPR with a central theme of Trump business privilege while 45 refuses to release any tax returns from years after 2005. The video was extracted from this NPR piece.
Business leveraging of the Oval Office (even in south Florida is one issue. Take a Newsweek April 14, 2017 review of what the Trumps are costing the nation as they move around to Mar-A-Lago and the cost associated with Trump's family worldwide travels.
President Trump's trips to Mar-A-Lago
Keeping the first family in Trump Towers
The Trump children's trips around the world with Secret Service