Barron Trump stood by and watched a U.S. Coast Guard boat armed with a machine gun as it patrolled the area where he was playing at the Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida last week
The president’s semi-public Florida retreat doesn’t follow the same strict background check protocol as the White House, creating an espionage risk.
PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump relishes the comforts of his Mar-a-Lago estate for repeated weekends away from Washington, but former Secret Service and intelligence officials say the resort is a security nightmare vulnerable to both casual and professional spies.
While Trump’s private club in South Florida has been transformed into a fortress of armed guards, military-grade radar, bomb sniffing dogs and metal-detection checkpoints, there are still notable vulnerabilities, namely the stream of guests who can enter the property without a background check.
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WNU Editor: I think his New York city home security is even worse.