Pat Robertson

Trump will arrive as charities flee Mar-a-Lago

It's November, which means President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago is reopening after being closed during the brutal heat and humidity of Florida's summer. If last season is a guide, the president will soon visit his Winter White House, staying several days at Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's and then return many more weekends until May.

But he will find a major difference this season. Because of the outcry that followed Trump's remarks in connection with a white nationalist rally, Mar-a-Lago will host many fewer galas: about 20 charities have cancelled or moved their events, with only a few newcomers taking their place.

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