A man drove his car to the entrance of the Mar-a-Lago complex, and told a Secret Service agent that he wants to talk to Trump about his 6.3 trillion dollars.
The man showed up at Mar-a-Lago, the club that President Donald Trump owns in Florida, and told the Secret Service that he wanted to talk to the president was arrested, after refusing to leave, for the misdemeanour of trespassing, local media reported today.
The event occurred last Sunday, when Brian Whitehurst, 30 years old and resident in the Florida, town of Lake Wales, drove his car to the entrance of the Mar-a-Lago complex. And told a Secret Service agent that he wants to talk to Trump about his 6.3 trillion dollars.
Whitehurst also told the agent that he had a room reservation at the hotel, reports by the Local News channel 10.
But when checking the surveillance service, there was no reservation on behalf of Whitehurst. He was told to leave the club premises, which the man refused. So, he was arrested.
Trump had planned to spend Christmas at his club Mar-a-Lago. But decided to suspend his trip after the partial closure of the Administration, which has been thirteen days paralyzed, and affects agencies of ten Executive departments, as well as dozens of national parks, which are usually a major tourist attraction.