Mr. Trump was furious when he saw the work being done at his golf resort by Ms. Trump and her interior designer, Tham Kannalikham, according to a CNN report. He saw the renovations three days before Christmas and was immediately irritated by them, according to CNN sources.
They revealed that following its discovery, loud conversations began with the management of the exclusive property.
The insider added that Mr. Trump didn’t like some of the new white marble and dark wood decorations so much that he ordered them removed.
The expensive parts were quickly taken apart, according to the source.
Comparing this Christmas to previous ones at the club, another source told CNN that “the mood was off.”
A club member who decided not to spend the holiday season at the resort due to coronavirus concerns revealed the trip would be “too big of a risk, not worth it”.
They added that “people are going to dinner as usual” and that there appears to be “little consideration for the pandemic”.
Speaking to the sun, a source explained why Mar-a-Lago would most likely be the first family’s next home.
The source said: “They are looking for schools for Barron and are also looking for houses near Mar-a-Lago to buy. The idea is that they will stay in Mar-a-Lago after leaving the White House.
Mr Trump’s daughter and senior advisor, Ivanka Trump, is also said to be laying the groundwork for an upcoming move to Sunshine State.
Speaking to the outlet, a local source in Miami said the couple may consider sending their children to the Jewish school closest to the exclusive neighborhood.
The source said: “The closest good Jewish school to where they bought their land is Lehrman, which is about 5 minutes away. Otherwise, Ransom Everglades which would be a long way off for them, Miami Country Day – which lasts about 15 minutes – and Cushman are all very good private schools.
“Pine Crest is a great school, but far away. If they become Jewish and plan to rent or live in that area near where they are building the house, I bet Lehrman.