UPDATE 11:48 a.m. Here’s a look at recent social media posts from Mar-a-Lago.
Media personality to regular guest on Fox, Dr. Gina Gentry posted this last night.
UPDATE, 10:40 a.m.: Florida Atlantic University’s marching band gets the plum assignment tonight to play President Trump’s Super Bowl party at Trump International Golf Club, according to the White House.
For more on FAU’s big gig, click here.
UPDATE 9:50 a.m.: President Trump has been briefed on the South Carolina crash involving an Amtrak passenger train and a CSX freight train. Two people have been reported dead and 70 have been hospitalized, according to the latest reports.
Meanwhile, the president’s motorcade has arrived at Trump International Golf Club, as Trump may well play a round of golf despite the wind and rain.
UPDATE 9:18 a.m.: Rain and wind in Palm Beach may threaten the president’s morning golf ritual, but his motorcade still pulled out of Mar-a-Lago shortly after 9 a.m.
His Super Bowl party at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach is still on for this evening, and he is expected to head back to the White House tonight.
Original story: A grieving father is hoping President Trump sees the television ad about his daughter’s death that he purchased on a local television station which will run before the Super Bowl.
Steve Eimers hopes the low-budget commercial to air on WPTV Channel 5 before the big games will convince the president to meet with the president about highway safety.
Trump spent five hours on Saturday at his golf club before returning to Mar-a-Lago mid-afternoon.
Saturday evening should have been the glitziest of the year at Mar-a-Lago, but the Red Cross canceled its annual ball at the president’s private club after his comments about a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year.
Instead, the president spent some time tweeting about the Nunes memo released Friday. Quoting from a Wall Street Journal editorial critical of the tactics used in the Russia investigation, Trump decried the media’s focus on the investigation instead of rising employment figures.
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Last year, the president left the Super Bowl party during the third-quarter, missing the New England Patriot’s epic comeback. This year he will also miss the end of the game as FAA alerts to pilots indicate Air Force One will leave Palm Beach International Airport around 9:30 p.m.
President Donald Trump and his wife Melania are welcomed to Trump International Golf Club by the Palm Beach Central band. President Trump watched the Super Bowl at his club in West Palm Beach on February 5, 2017.
Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post