Who needs the Winter White House? Trump brings the weekend to Washington in a working lunch with cabinet members and their wives instead of heading to Mar-a-Lago
Donald Trump dined with his Bureau individuals and their spouses amid his end of the week in the Washington D.C. region denoting the principal end of the week he doesn’t go to his Blemish a-lago domain.
The president and his organization had a working lunch on Saturday at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, around 21 miles outside of the capital.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Country Security John Kelly, VA Secretary David Shulkin, Business Secretary Wilbur Ross, and Trump assistants Steve Bannon and Reince Preibus and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, were available at the club.
Shulkin and Ross’ spouses were in participation and Mnuchin’s fiancee.
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The president told columnists he was having discourses with his Bureau about getting refreshes on Country Security, the military, economy and medicinal services, the Washington Inspector announced.
‘The economy is doing, admirably and as a rule we’re doing. ‘Will get back on track, we truly had a mess…it’s getting fixed,’ he told journalists.
Spicer said Trump held the unexpected lunch to ‘take some key colleagues and have a working lunch to discuss the economy and a portion of the issues we’re managing with country security.’
The presidential supper comes after the White House confronted a security rupture the prior night.