President Donald Trump arrived at Palm Beach International Airport this afternoon for a weekend at his Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach.
His weekend plans include a campaign rally on Saturday in Melbourne and potential interviews at Mar-a-Lago with candidates for the vacant national security adviser’s position.
At PBIA this afternoon, about 80 supporters were on hand to greet him.
Trump descended the steps from the plane and spent several minutes shaking hands and signing autographs.
Before Trump went to the larger group, he stopped and talked briefly with Army veteran Beau Brumfield of Jupiter, owner of an apparel business called Gruntworks, and Marine Corps veteran Bill Wheeler.
Brumfield and Wheeler gave Trump a black T-shirt that depicts the back of a .45-caliber shell casing with “America Trump 45” on it in honor of the 45th president.
“It’s an honor. It really is,” Wheeler said of meeting Trump.