For $200,000 You Can Witness History At President Trump's Club

Trump seems to have set up a classic pay-to-play situation at his Florida club.
Posted at 5:37 PM, Feb 13, 2017

At Mar-a-Lago, $200,000 buys a front-row seat to the president, visiting world leaders and impromptu national security meetings.

President Trump seems to have set up a pay-to-play situation at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.

Trump's business owns the club, and Trump still profits from his business.

After Trump won the presidency, Mar-a-Lago doubled its initiation fee from $100,000 to $200,000.

Trump and Japan's prime minister even dropped in on a wedding at the club. Trump reportedly said of the newlyweds, "They've paid me a fortune."

Trump has spent two of his first four weekends as president at Mar-A-Lago.