Trump's frequent visits to his private clubs and have stretched the Secret Service’s resources.
The president has previously spoken about prioritizing American jobs.
Past presidents have given campaign donors government gigs, but Trump is the first to do so for members of his private clubs
Chief of Staff John Kelly has reportedly developed a plan to stop President Donald Trump from dining at Mar-a-Lago because of his big mouth.
Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean Sea—which is not an ocean—and it about four hours away from Washington D.C. on a nonstop flight. For comparison purposes, if the president is in Palm Beach, where Mar-a-Lago is located, Puerto Rico is comparable to the mileage back to Washington D.C.
Nonprofit research hospital's charity event raises too much money for "important medical equipment," says clinic.
In 2004, a Newsweek writer visited Trump at Mar-a-Lago. The magazine cover featuring Trump now hangs at the club, alongside a phony Time magazine cover.
The Stop Waste and Misuse by the President (SWAMP) Act says Trump should be paying for visits to commercial properties he owns.
The number of tickets sold for events held at the president's private members' club has increased since his inauguration. Dubbed the winter White House, Mar-a-Lago has already hosted a number of foreign leaders during Trump's short time as president.
U.S. embassy web pages advertised Trump's Florida resort as a "winter White House."
Palm Beach County's mayor says tax hikes or budget cuts could occur unless it's reimbursed for the president's visits.
Health inspectors found the violations two weeks before Japanese President Shinzo Abe ate there.
Watchdog groups are suing the Secret Service to find out who has been visiting President Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York and Mar-a-Lago in Florida.