“It’s impossible to exaggerate how weird it is,” Kimmel continued The alarm clock“The Bill Simmons Podcast”. “Everyone there is 100 years old.”
Describing how he went to former President Donald Trump’s South Florida resort six years ago to have dinner with radio host Howard Stern, Kimmel described the club’s attendees that day as “stooped folks who eat soft food.” The establishment itself is apparently covered in Trump photos.
“It was just quiet and a terrible place,” said Kimmel. “And now he lives in this terrible place.” (Trump returned to his Palm Beach club after his presidency ended.)
According to historian Laurence Leamer, who wrote the book, Mar-a-Lago membership, which has an entry fee of $ 200,000, is reportedly in decline Mar-a-Lago: At the gates of power in Donald Trump’s presidential palace.
In conversation with MSNBC presenter Alex Witt continued Weekends with Alex Witt On Saturday (January 23), Leamer said he spoke to a number of former members of former President Donald Trump’s Florida Club who “went silent” after Trump left office.
With the former president out of office and the property no entertainment due to the pandemic, Leamer claims former members think Mar-a-Lago is “a sad place”.
“It’s not what it was,” he continued.
In 2019, Trump moved his personal residence from Trump Tower in New York to Mar-a-Lago. However, under a 1993 agreement with the City of Palm Beach, he may not be able to live there permanently.
Leamer points out that “even here people don’t like him,” referring to the people of Palm Beach. “It’s just another measure of how its power has diminished.”