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President Trump to Spend Easter in Palm Beach

President Trump is expected to arrive in the Town of Palm Beach this evening, March 29, 2018, for the Easter holiday and will be staying at Mar-A-Lago as he seems to do quite often.  President Trump is joining the FirsPresident Trump to Spend Easter in Palm Beach Lady and his son, Barron, who have been in Palm Beach for Barron’s Spring Break holiday. This will be President Trump’s 16th visit Palm Beach since his inauguration as President and his second visit in March. President Trump is scheduled to leave South Florida in the afternoon of Easter Sunday, April 1st, 2018 so plan around his departure time to avoid the traffic that these visits bring to the Town of Palm Beach. Vice President Pence and the Second Lady will also be spending the Easter Holiday in Florida; however, he will be spending it on the West Coast.

President Trump to Spend Easter in Palm Beach

It is a tradition for the Trump Family to attend Easter service at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church. It is expected that other members of the Trump Family will be joining the President in Mar-A-Lago, as it is a family tradition to spend the Catholic holiday in Palm Beach. It is believed that Donald Trump, Jr. and his wife, who have recently filed for divorce, are already in South Florida with their children.

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Town of Palm Beach residents should note that President Trump’s visit to Palm Beach will cause all roads around Mar-A-Lago (Winter White House) to be closed on Easter Sunday.  Road detours should begin today, March 29th and continue until his departure. South Ocean Boulevard will be closed for all forms of travel, pedestrians included. Town of Palm Beach residents are encouraged to find alternative routes of travel for the Easter Weekend.

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