BREAKING NEWS: Police respond to unauthorized call at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, reports claims
- Police reportedly responded to a trespassing incident in Mar-a-Lago on Thursday
- The units were based off-club in Palm Beach, Fla. but have since dispersed
- Secret Service agents conduct a search of the premises
- Comes three months after the FBI raided Trump’s private residence in Florida
Police responded to an unauthorized call at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club on Thursday.
Palm Beach police parked in front of Trump’s Florida club and residence but left according to WPBF 25News.
The Secret Service is conducting an urgent search of the premises.
Further details are not yet known.
The call comes just three months after the FBI raided the former president’s private residence in Palm Beach.
Palm Beach police responded to an unauthorized call at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Thursday, a local report claims
At the same time the report was published on Twitter, Trump sent out a spate of confirmations from his Save American PAC email Thursday morning — just five days until the 2022 midterm elections on Nov. 8.
The trespassing in Mar-a-Lago also follows an increase in violence and public hostility towards politicians.
A man broke into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home, where the suspect hit her husband Paul in the head with a hammer, allegedly saying he was there to punch the politician in the kneecaps.
The campaign headquarters of Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs was broken into last week – but it doesn’t appear the crime was politically motivated.
President Joe Biden delivered a speech from Union Station in Washington, DC on Wednesday night, blaming Trump, his supporters and the Jan. 6 riot for the escalation in political violence.
Republicans immediately called the speech “divisive” and “patronizing” and said Biden was focused on insulting Trump and his supporters for failing to defend his record ahead of the midterm elections.