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Trumps went straight from Parkland to Studio 54- themed ‘disco party’ at Mar-a-Lago: report

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive for midnight mass in Palm Beach, FL (AFP)

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump didn’t spend overlong pondering the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Friday night, according to Mediaite.com.

The first couple made short stops at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office and at the Pompano Beach hospital that received the Parkland massacre’s dead and wounded.

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After Trump met with a small group of survivors and their family members at the hospital and delivered remarks to the press at the sheriff’s office, the president and first lady continued on to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s private golf resort.

According to CNN’s Kevin Liptak, the Trumps attended a “disco party” in Mar-a-Lago’s ballroom. The party was dedicated to celebrating Studio 54, the notoriously decadent 1970s nightclub.

An Instagram user posted a photo with the president in the background from the party.

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Fun at Mar-a-lago’s Studio 54. Look who’s in the background! #FLOTUS #POTUS #Maralago

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Trump announced on Saturday that he will forego his usual Saturday golf game out of respect for the Parkland victims.

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