Mar-a-Lago Club Gets Cited Multiple Times

Mar-a-Lago Club Gets Cited Multiple Times

Mar-a-Lago Club Gets Cited Multiple Times

Those included the absence of smoke detectors capable of alerting hearing impaired guests through flashing lights, and chunks of missing concrete exposing steel rebar on a staircase.

The resort underwent emergency repairs to pass inspection in November, the newspaper reported.

The increase in health violations may have to do with the fact Trump no longer runs Mar-A-Lago in the same capacity he did before becoming president. The two main kitchens were written up for improper food storage, including milk that was stored at the wrong temperature and hot dogs stored on the ground floor of the freezer, according to the records.

Regardless, news of Mar-a-Lago's citations fueled further criticism of Trump, with some seeing it as a metaphor for his presidency.

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Inspectors reprimanded the club for failing to track the freshness of foods, with the kitchen receiving 15 violations, the Daily Mail reports. They also found two out-of-order coolers that grew so warm they could have spoiled fresh food.

However, the kitchens passed the inspections on the first try.

Altogether inspectors found 13 health violations which was, at the time, a record for the club. The inspectors returned a week later to make sure things were fixed.

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But as Trump jumped into presidential politics, so did the number of health violations. The federal government, however, returned it to the family eight years later, and Trump bought it for $5 million in 1985. According to financial disclosure forms filed by Trump, the club had $29.7 million in revenue from June 2015 to May 2016.

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