Mar-A-Lago Club Members Quitting The Club In Droves. Members Don’t Want To Associate With A Loser

Mar-A-LagoTrump’s bankers are abandoning him. The former President’s golf courses are also nearing insolvency and his hotels are empty. In addition, Trump has destroyed his brand. Now, many once-loyal Mar-a-Lago club members are canceling their memberships en masse.

They no longer want to have any connection to former President Donald Trump. As one member told us:

Trump is a loser and a con-man. Unfortunately, I didn’t see it until he became President. I only joined to connect with other ‘in’ people.

Laurence Leamer, historian and author of, “Mar-a-Lago: Inside the Gates of Power at Donald Trump’s Presidential Palace told MSNBC host Alex Witt:

It’s a very dispirited place.

Leamer also added members are not concerned about politics. They said the food is horrible and it’s not worth the $200,000 a year membership. 
Trump moved to Mar-A-Lago after his term ended last week at the displeasure of his neighbors.
Critics have long ridiculed Mar-a-Lago as a stodgy and stuffy club filled with fake Trump memorabilia.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel last week recounted a visit to the resort just before Trump became president:
You could not possibly exaggerate how comical it is. Everyone there is 100 years old. It was just quiet and a terrible place.
Kimmel described Mar-a-Lago attendees as hunched-over people who are eating soft food. He also described the place as tacky and wallpapered with fake Trump photos.

Mar-A-Lago Members Abandoning Trump Add To Trump’s Financial Woes

Trump National Doral Miami reportedly had a bed bug infestation in 2016

The Coronavirus has hit Trump’s hotels and hospitality companies hard. They are now hemorrhaging money. Yet, membership sales at the Mar-a-Lago resort increased over the last year.

Estimated resort profits for 2020 range from $21.4 million to $24.2 million.
In 2019, the former president transferred his permanent residence to the Florida resort from Trump Tower in New York. However, questions remain about whether he’ll be allowed to live there permanently, because it may violate his 1993 agreement with the town of Palm Beach.
In October, Deutsche Bank announced they were cutting ties with Trump and his company. Signature Bank has also cut ties with Trump after his attempted coup d’etat on January 6th.
Trump had $5.3 million on deposit at Signature Bank.
Revenue at Trump’s Miami Golf Club has also shrunk considerably after reports of a bed bug infestation were reported.

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