Why Can’t Donald Trump Buy A Little Peace And Quiet In Palm Beach?
May 9, 1989 — What Fate Awaits Mar-A-Lago? by Ava Van de Water and C.J. Walker
Donald Trump says he’s spending $2 million a year to maintain one of Florida’s most esteemed estates. He wants to make it a club to cut his costs.
May 9, 1989 —Inside Mar-A-Lago: Even by Palm Beach standards, it’s not a typical mansion.
March 25, 1995 — Trump expected to donate easements this weekend, by Susan Beach
April 18, 2017 — Little-known feature of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago: Three bomb shelters, by Kristina Webb
December 22, 2019 — JFK’s bunker falls on hard times, by the Palm Beach Post
PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump adds to Palm Beach County’s presidential lore when he visits Mar-a-Lago. But one of his predecessor’s landmarks is gathering dust not far away. The Cold War fallout bunker built by the U.S. Navy in 1961 for President John F. Kennedy today remains closed. The Peanut Island shelter and nearby historical Coast Guard station and house, which were closed to public tours in October 2017, are showing signs of neglect.