Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort has just received a citation for a few health hazards. According to the Miami Herald inspectors found 13 violations.
A few of the problems were undercooled meat, potentially dangerous raw fish and two broken coolers. The place that charges $200,000 in initiation fees and Trump’s Souther White House shouldn’t have these kind of problems.
Trump has been making constant visits to Mar-a-Lago and this weekend he will be making his 7th trip to his resort since taking office.
According to the news paper, inside the broken coolers, inspectors found raw meats meant to be stored at 41 degrees that were potentially dangerously warm, including ham at 57 degrees, raw beef at 50 degrees, duck at 50 degrees and chicken at 49 degrees.
The newspaper also stated that there were three “high priority” violations, meaning they could allow for illness-causing bacteria in meals served in the dining room.
This was not the first time the “luxurious” resort has gotten negative publicity. Back in December of 2016 Vanity Fair published an article headlined: “Trump Grill Could Be The Worst Restaurant in America.”