As Hurricane Dorian is set to hit Florida, Donald Trump was asked about his beloved resort Mar-a-Lago and if he was concerned about it being torn down by the storm.
“How concerned are you about Mar-a-Lago being in the hurricane’s path?” a reporter asked as Trump departed the White House for Camp David on Friday.
“You know, I haven’t even thought about it until the question was just broached a little while ago. Yeah, it would look like Mar-a-Lago is dead center,” Trump said, gesturing with his right hand.
Trump gesturing about Mar-a-Lago being ‘dead center’ in the path of Hurricane Dorian.
“Mar-a-Lago can handle itself. It’s a very powerful place,” Trump argued.
“The thing I’m worried about is the state of Florida. Because this hurricane is looking like — this could be a record-setting hurricane. Maybe things change,” Trump added.
If Mar-a-Lago is damaged, Trump could be crazy enough to use your taxpayer money in order to get it rebuilt as the club is reportedly covered by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).