President Trump invites bystanders from motorcade to Mar-a-Lago

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President Donald Trump's frequent visits to South Florida make the area a high-risk target for terrorism, one that justifies more money from the federal government, Palm Beach County's top law enforcement agency says.

Fresh state records show the b-and-b needed emergency repairs in order to pass the latest inspection in November! "Among the no-nos was the staff's failure to track the freshness of potentially hazardous foods, including curry sauce dated October 21 pulled from a freezer and improperly marked, milk stored at 49 degrees instead of the safe temperature of 41 degrees, and cases of hot dogs stored on the ground of the walk-in freezer", reports the Herald.

Like every business that serves food and provides lodgings, the president's club, which costs $200,000 in initiation fees alone, is checked yearly by the state of Florida.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed. The property had two violations considered high priority: Concrete missing from a staircase that could cause a person to fall, as well as a lack of smoke detectors with flashing lights to alert those who are hearing impaired, it added.

"We take food safety very seriously and all of the minor adjustments were made immediately", said a spokeswoman for the Mar-a-Lago Club, CNN reports.

Two of the kitchens at the resort were also written up for a total of 15 violations, including the improper storage and tracking of potentially hazardous foods.

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As the president's motorcade was returning to his Mar-a-Lago resort, he invited a number of bystanders from the motorcade route to meet him at the club.

Before he became president, the billionaire was known to be involved personally in the day-to-day operations of Mar-a-Lago.

Before taking office, Trump was personally involved in the day-to-day operations of the club and health violations were relatively low.

While anti-terrorism grants could help keep Mar-a-Lago safe, Trump's proposed budget calls for cutting the Urban Area Security Initiative program by 25 percent.

In 2015, there were only two violations in the kitchens.

This isn't the first time Mar-a-Lago's catering services have prompted sanitation concerns.

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