Trump in Palm Beach: President tweets on Iran’s ‘oppressive regime’


Update 2:45 p,.m.: Trump’s motorcade has departed from Trump International Golf Club and is heading back to Mar-a-Lago.

The president had the motorcade slow down as it traveled on Southern Boulevard so he could wave at supporters waving flags and holding up signs.  

He is not expected to leave Mar-a-Lago for the rest of the day, according to the White House press pool. 


Update 2 p.m.: President Trump tweeted for the first time today about “repressive regimes” particularly Iran. 

“Oppressive regimes cannot endure forever, and the day will come when the Iranian people will face a choice. The world is watching!,” Trump wrote in one tweet, which also has a video of him talking in front of world leaders at a conference. 



Original story: Despite the cold and foggy weather, President Donald Trump arrived at Trump International Golf Club Saturday morning for another round of golf. 



On the president’s way to the golf course, a young girl and two adults were standing on Southern Boulveard holding a sign that read,” This 5-year-old (love’s) you!”

On Friday, Trump spent his fourth consecutive day at Trump International Golf Course in suburban West Palm Beach, shutting down the course to hold a tournament with about 60 members of the U.S. Coast Guard.

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In other Trump-related news, four buddies donned dinosaur costumes and paraded in the background of a live shot during an MSNBC program from West Palm Beach.

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