Former President Donald Trump reportedly has plans to stay at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club through the summer,.
Former President Donald Trump quickly fired back at former Rep. Paul Ryan, calling him "a curse to the Republican Party."
Residents have argued Trump violated a 1993 agreement, which says resort guests can't stay for more than "three non-consecutive seven-day periods."
The social-media platform is expected to announce its decision Wednesday morning after indefinitely barring Donald Trump from the site in January.
Former President Donald Trump is planning to move his political operation to New Jersey for the summer.
Trump was not happy with his sudden shift out of the spotlight and took several weeks to adjust to post-White House life, a source told CNN.
The former first lady sometimes gets spa treatments twice a day at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and spends time with her son, sources told CNN.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, is one of more than a dozen cities that have struggled to get the Trump campaign to pay its bills.
The "Rocky" star moved to Palm Beach at the end of last year and has reportedly been spotted by locals visiting the luxurious Florida resort.
Proximity to Mar-a-Lago, and distance from Covid lockdowns and Blue State hostility, brought conservatives to the Miami area. But will they stay?
"Mar-a-Lago and Palm Beach are the center of the Republican universe right now," a spokesman for Trump told The Washington Post.
The former president was asked to say a few words about John and Megan Arrigo, but instead railed at the current administration and asked: "Do you miss me yet?"
A Trump organization spokesman confirmed to Insider on Friday that the facility was partially closed following a coronavirus outbreak.
A person familiar with the club's operations told the Associated Press some workers had been quarantined as a result of the outbreak.
The charity, Big Dog Ranch Rescue has spent $1.9 million at Trump-owned properties over the past seven years, HuffPost reported.
Former President Donald Trump sent letters to several major Republican campaign committees warning them against using his likeness for fundraising.
Trump, who lives at his private Mar-a-Lago club, has already stolen the show at CPAC and will deliver his own speech on the last day of the conference.