President Donald Trump, a newcomer to the White House, is still developing his relationship with the people of Washington. But that’s far from the case with the people of Palm Beach － now the location of his so-called Winter White House － the long spit of land off Florida’s East Coast that the real estate mogul has been frequenting for decades.
Since he purchased the Mar-a-Lago property in 1985 for $5 million, Trump’s relationship with the tony city and its residents has ebbed and flowed. He’s sued the city, fought with the town leadership and turned local issues into national controversies. Traffic caused by Trump’s motorcade is the most recent sore spot for the people of Palm Beach and the surrounding area.
But the businessman also saved the iconic estate － now a private club － that once sat in disrepair, and his new status is driving attention and business to the town.
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