Miami, United States President Donald Trump, returned to Washington this Sunday after spending a weekend at his winter residence and social club, Mar-a-Lago, in South Florida, where he participated in pro-democracy events. funds that raised about 7 million dollars.
Mar-a-Lago and hotels in Palm Beach, such as the Four-Seasons, have hosted fundraising events organized by the National Committee of the Republican Party (RNC) since Friday and Sunday. They let see Donald Trump and his wife, Melania.
Spokespersons for the RNC told the pool of journalists accompanying the president that 475 donors attended the event this Sunday, while about 300 attended the gala on Friday, and that between the two events, about 7 million dollars were raised for the event. electoral campaign for the 2020 elections.
During Trump’s stay in Mar-a-Lago, the White House on Sunday released the president’s authorization for additional federal funds to be given to the recovery work in Florida following the passage last October of Hurricane Michael.
The notification motivated the immediate response of the state governor, and supporter of the president, Ron DeSantis, who thanked Trump for his “decisive action in this critical moment” living in the impacted Florida counties Michael, the most powerful one that has reached the Northwest state.
As in previous visits to South Florida, the president has played golf matches with professional players, as was the case of the 10-time winner of the LPGA circuit Lexi Thompson, on Saturday, and with the current number 1 Dustin Johnson this Sunday.
He used Twitter to highlight the increase in the workforce (158 million people, more than “at any time in the history of our country,” he said), as well as low unemployment rates, among other achievements during his two years of mandate.
The president did not refer to news reports about Li “Cindy” Yang, the ex-owner of a Florida massage parlor, and in charge of a consulting firm that promises Chinese businessmen contacts with the president’s environment.
Yang’s family is linked to the massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida, where Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, was arrested last month for soliciting sex acts. (EFEUSA)