Trump Putin Part 2: If you are wondering about Mar-a-Lago …

Updated July 20, 2018
Security stands under an umbrella during a light morning drizzle outside Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach on February 4, 2018. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)

On Thursday, President Donald Trump instructed his top national security aide to invite Russian leader Vladimir Putin to visit the United States this fall.

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The invite specifically cited Washington, D.C., as the site for the visit and meetings. That said, could Putin’s U.S. itinerary include a stop at the president’s private club in Palm Beach?

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Here are five things to keep in mind: