Trump in Palm Beach: Local impact beyond security, traffic
President Donald J. Trump arrives aboard Air Force One at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida on February 3, 2017. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)
PALM BEACH — President Donald Trump‘s first four weeks in office have already had an impact on Palm Beach County.
The visits to his second home at Mar-a-Lago have imposed $1.5 million (and counting) in local security costs, hurt businesses at the Lantana airport and fueled local protests.
But what about the bigger picture?
The Palm Beach Post’s Wayne Washington takes a look at some of the longer-range impacts — on housing, the environment, Herbert Hoover Dike repairs, trade and immigration — for Palm Beach County in this article at MyPalmBeachPost.com