PALM BEACH, Fla. — Several large moving trucks arrived at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club on Palm Beach Monday morning, sparking speculation that he'll move to South Florida once he leaves office.
WPTV Chopper 5 flew above Mar-a-Lago around 9:30 a.m. and spotted at least two trucks from JK Moving Services stationed in front of the club, along with workers carting large moving boxes into the property.
Heavy security was apparent with a United States of America helicopter and Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office helicopter hovering over Mar-a-Lago, along with law enforcement patrol boats monitoring things just offshore.
Palm Beach police said President Trump will arrive in South Florida on Wednesday morning, the same day President-elect Joe is due to be inaugurated in Washington, D. C.
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