As the prospect of a government shutdown hangs over Washington, Donald Trump will travel to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Friday, where he plans to host a one-year anniversary of his inauguration that costs $100,000 for a pair of tickets.
As Bloomberg’s Jennifer Jacobs reports, Trump wanted to throw a year anniversary of his victory last November, but was instead on trip to Asia.
A party to mark the one-year anniversary of Trump’s inauguration is scheduled for Saturday night at his Mar-a-Lago… https://t.co/ijLsgPvkQF— Jennifer Jacobs (@Jennifer Jacobs)1516329459.0
Trump wanted to throw a party in November at the one-year mark after the election, but was traveling in Asia at tha… https://t.co/WLLASHoaF1— Jennifer Jacobs (@Jennifer Jacobs)1516329559.0
Trump is expected to arrive in Florida on Friday afternoon, just hours before a government shutdown will be triggered if Congress fails to pass a spending bill. Meanwhile, the White House doesn’t even have a full-time director running the agency responsible for coordinating a government shutdown.