President Donald Trump may be spending 16 days at his Palm Beach, Florida, resort over the holidays.
The South Florida Sun Sentinel reported that according to a temporary flight restriction issued Thursday by the Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday, Trump could be in the area from Dec. 21 to Jan. 6. Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort is in the West Palm Beach region of the state, the region for which the VIP temporary flight restriction was issued.
The alert does not say when Air Force One will arrive or depart from Palm Beach International Airport, according to Palm Beach Post.
The Post reported that Trump’s visit would be his longest to the resort since his January 2017 inauguration.
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