President Trump invites bystanders from motorcade to Mar-a-Lago


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 B&B was cited for two high priority violations "which could pose a direct or significant threat" to the public, according to the inspection code.

The Miami Herald reported the resort required emergency repairs in order to pass a state inspection in November.

Authorities found expired curry sauce, while the milk was stored at 49 degrees Fahrenheit instead of 41 degrees.

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The Nov. 8 report also found multiple violations in the main kitchen, but not enough to fail the inspection.

However, the club was re-checked on November 17 and this time "met inspection standards".

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As the president's motorcade was returning to his Mar-a-Lago resort, he invited a number of bystanders from the motorcade route to meet him at the club.

However, the kitchens passed the inspections on the first try. The health inspectors also said kitchen staff was neglectful in checking the freshness of the ingredients leading to potentially hazardous food.

But setting aside Trump's vulgar language, the president was essentially asking questions.

In 2015, there were only two violations in the kitchens.

Built for socialite Merriweather Post and her family, the property stretches from the sands of the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterways to the west. The federal government, however, returned it to the family eight years later, and Trump bought it for $5 million in 1985.