Donald Trump is spending Thanksgiving in Palm Beach, at his luxury estate Mar-a-Lago. He arrived Wednesday with his wife Melania, son Barron, as well as RNC chairman and future chief of staff Reince Priebus.
Once the Trump’s landed and entered their motorcade, they were cheered on by supporters as it carried Trump and his family from Palm Beach International Airport to their luxury pad.
From The Daily Mail:
Former Secret Service agents Dan Bongino and Arnette Heintze said Trump’s neighbors should expect some security-related disruptions now that he is President-elect, such as the possible construction of a helipad, but it shouldn’t be too stressful.
‘Mar-a-Lago is a Secret Service agent’s dream to secure. It is everything you would want,’ Bongino said. ‘You have limited access and a really exclusive enclave where people who don’t live down there will generally stick out pretty quickly.’
Mar-a-Lago’s members, who pay a $100,000 initiation fee and $14,000 annual dues, can expect to walk through metal detectors and have their cars and luggage sniffed by bomb dogs when Trump is there.
What do you think the blue county of Palm Beach thinks about this???
Police escort the President-Elect's motorcade across Southern Boulevard. pic.twitter.com/hXND6J20ep
— Julius Whigham II (@JuliusWhigham) November 23, 2016