Police Called To Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Estate

Thursday Palm Beach Police responded to a trespassing call from former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. Fox News has reported that Police “were seen outside the club Thursday morning but have now departed” and Secret Service has reportedly conducted a sweep of the property after they left. Palm Beach Police Cpt. Will Rothrock mentioned that it was a typical trespassing call besides being Mar-a-Lago, and the police department conducted their standard protocol for that sort of call.

According to Fox News, the Palm Beach Police were called by Secret Service when a male stopped at one of the gates and refused to leave the property. Once Palm Beach Police responded, they spoke to the man and issued him a warning for trespassing, and the man then left.

It is unclear if Trump was at Mar-a-Lago when the incident occurred, though he was scheduled to be at a campaign rally in Iowa later Thursday.

This incident comes less than a week after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s house was broken into and her husband was assaulted. While there isn’t a correlation to that event it is interestingly timed so close to that. There is also no known motive for the trespassing event, and no incident report was filed.

Read more at Fox News.

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1 year ago

Yeah, the next big headline will be “Palmetto Bug found dead near Mar-A-Lago swimming pool.” Never mind that it was ‘found’ three houses down from Trump’s place. Depends on the meaning of the word “near.”