Will Rick Scott ask Donald Trump about reimbursing Palm Beach County taxpayers?

Gov. Rick Scott with Donald Trump in New York during the presidential transition.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott was in West Palm Beach this morning for a Business Development Board meeting and to field questions from reporters.


The Palm Beach Post’s Wayne Washington asked the governor — who frequently talks to President Donald Trump and will appear with him Friday at a National Rifle Association convention in Atlanta — whether he’ll lobby the president to help Palm Beach County taxpayers recover the nearly $4 million in local costs associated with Trump’s visits to Mar-a-Lago.


Click here to see — on video — how the governor responded.



Author: George Bennett

George Bennett has been a Palm Beach Post reporter since 1992. He grew up in Bethesda, Md. and is a graduate of The George Washington University. Follow him on Twitter @gbennettpost

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