Leaders risked food poisoning at president's Mar-a-Lago club

Leaders risked food poisoning at president's Mar-a-Lago club

Leaders risked food poisoning at president's Mar-a-Lago club

Florida health inspectors recently cited the kitchen at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate for at least 10 violations, including potentially risky handling of raw meat and uncooked fish.

The paper said that is a record for the private club that recently doubled admission fees to $200,000. They stated the violation had been "corrected on-site" by kitchen staff either fully cooking or discarding the fish.

In two kitchen coolers, the inspectors found that meats were not being stored at the proper temperature and that fish served raw or undercooked had not "undergone proper parasite destruction", according to the reports.

Among less serious violations of the restaurant health code, there was no instruction sign at the sink used by employees to wash their hands.

Despite Trump's frequent visits to Mar-a-Lago, the club has seen an uptick in violations since the former real estate tycoon entered politics.

This weekend, Trump is making his seventh visit to Mar-a-Lago since becoming president. Three of those fines are characterized as "high priority", meaning illness-causing bacteria might be found on plates of diners' very well done steaks.

Inspectors found raw chicken, beef and pork kept at temperatures too high to be safe. Shelves inside the walk-in coolers were rusting.

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- All potentially hazardous (time/temperature control for safety) foods in reach-in cooler cold held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

As for Chinese General Secretary Xi Jinping, there's no indication anything was wrong with the chocolate cake.

"These infractions were part of a routine inspection and were not complaint-based".

It's particularly notable that the number of health violations at Mar-a-Lago has increased significantly since Trump's political career took off.

President Trump has promised to make America great again.

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