Many of the former patrons at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort were leaving, as they no longer wanted any connection with the former US President.
These are revelations from Laurence Leamer, the historian and author of the book Mar-a-Lago: Inside the Gates of Power at Donald Trump Presidential Palace (roughly translated as Mar-a-Lago: Inside the gates of power at Donald Trump’s presidential palace), in an interview with MSNBC host Alex Witt on January 23.
Leamer said he spoke to several former members of Mar-a-Lago, who had “quietly left” after President Trump left office. These members are all “not interested in politics” and all say “the food here is not good.”
|Mr. Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump stay at the Mar-a-Lago resort. Photo: Reuters|
Mr Trump moved permanently in Mar-a-Lago after ending his presidency last week. However, when there is no longer a current American leader working here, many guests feel that this resort is becoming out of date.
According to Laurence Leamer, no entertainment took place in Mar-a-Lago during the Covid-19 translation. “It was a dull place … not like it was before,” said the historian.
The dissatisfaction of many members can cause this resort to lose significantly. When Mr. Trump was president, many people paid up to $ 200,000 to be a member of Mar-a-Lago. Song Leamer revealed that they do not think they will be able to continue paying for the fee.
According to CNN, many of the Trump Organization’s hotels and companies have been particularly hard hit during the Covid-19 season. Even so, revenue at the Mar-a-Lago resort continued to grow steadily last year, from $ 21.4 million to $ 24.2 million.
In 2019, President Donald Trump moved his permanent residence from New York to his resort in Palm Beach, Florida. However, questions remain about whether Trump will be allowed to live his entire life in Palm Beach, as this could violate his 1993 agreement with the town.
“Even many people here do not like him. This is another measure of how Trump’s power has declined,” Laurence Leamer said.
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