WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump has made seven visits to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, and in September the general public may get a take a look at who else was there with him.
Residents for Duty and Ethics in Washington says the Division of Homeland Safety agreed handy over data of tourists to the property by Sept. eight. The liberal-funded group sued DHS for details about guests to Mar-a-Lago, Trump Tower in New York and the White Home.
Homeland Safety oversees the Secret Service, the company charged with defending the president. In response to a CREW lawsuit, DHS says it has no data about Trump Tower. CREW officers say they do not know what sort of info DHS will share about Mar-a-Lago.
The Trump administration does not launch names of White Home guests.
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