Source: Trump Considering Diplomatic Move to Mar-a-Lago
Washington, D.C. – According to CRP sources within the White House, President Trump is considering an official move south. He plans on flying foreign leaders and dignitaries directly to the Mar-a-Lago Estate in Palm Beach, Florida.
Historically, the United States welcomes foreign visitors in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House. After their meetings, the visitors would be escorted to The Blair House, located directly across the street from the White House.
Trump is looking to bypass this official setting, for a more relaxed environment. Earlier this year, Trump was condemned for secretly meeting with two former Colombian President’s, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and a number of other influential diplomats. He was even seen discussing North Korean aggression with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in full view of club members and guests of the resort.
The Mar-a-Lago was purchased in 1985 by then businessman Donald Trump and has been run by the Trump dynasty ever since. The opulent resort is occupied by hundreds of rich Floridians and celebrities who frequent the resort’s lush golf course and extravagant parties.
Trump is expected to meet with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc next week to discuss the potential for a bilateral trade agreement.