Trump greets supporters in Palm Beach; Pence also coming today

President Donald Trump enters Mar-a-Lago on Friday evening. (Meghan McCarthy/Palm Beach Daily News)

President Donald Trump arrived at his tropical White House in Palm Beach Friday night for the fifth weekend since he took office, stopping his motorcade on the way to wave to supporters on Bingham Island.

 

President Donald Trump exits his limousine to acknowledge supporters on Bingham Island in this photo provided by Paula Prudente, who helps organize pro-Trump demonstrations when the president is in town.

Vice President Mike Pence, who is joining Florida Gov. Rick Scott in Jacksonville this afternoon to talk to business representatives about Trump’s proposed health care overhaul, is scheduled to fly in to PBIA later in the day and speak to the conservative Club For Growth at The Breakers tonight.

 

Pence is also scheduled to attend church on Sunday morning at Church By The Glades in Coral Springs.

 

Meanwhile, a leading Democratic critic of Trump on intelligence matters, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, will be in West Palm Beach today for a fundraiser for the Palm Beach County Democratic Party.

 

Follow MyPalmBeachPost.com, PostOnPolitics.com and @gbennettpost on Twitter throughout the weekend for coverage of Trump’s visit.

 

 

 

 

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