Donald Trump loves his Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago. He tries to spend every free moment he has there, playing golf, having fancy dinner parties, and meeting with all kinds of people.
But now, the pretend president may curb his trips to Florida if some Congressional Democrats have their way.
On Friday, Democrats in the House and Senate introduced two bills, which would require the White House to publish visitor logs at the official White House, Mar-a-Lago, and also the alleged head of state’s other meeting places in New York and New Jersey:
New Mexico Senator Tom Udall is the driving force in the upper chamber:
Americans deserve transparency from their government. Our MAR-A-LAGO Act will require disclosure of visitor logs at WH & Trump properties. pic.twitter.com/ikVlyUkE3L
— Tom Udall (@SenatorTomUdall) March 24, 2017
A press release issued with the bills notes:
“President Trump has taken the unusual and potentially dangerous step of conducting official business in the plain view of guests at his high-priced Mar-a-Lago club. (We are) demanding information about who is buying access to what President Trump calls the ‘Winter White House.'”
If you’re wondering, the sound you hear is Don the Con screaming at the top of his lungs when he reads the Mar-a-Lago Act.
There seems little doubt that Trump will try to fight the move in court, should it happen to become law, which seems unlikely with Republicans in control of Congress. But at least the Democrats have laid down the gauntlet and let our spoiled brat of a president know they’re watching him.
Today the Mar-a-Lago Act, tomorrow the impeachment!
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