Security concerns at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort

President Trump responded to the North Korea missile launch from his Mar-a-Lago property, in front of members and guests, raising concerns about national security.
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Security concerns as well tie tomorrow Largo we'll present trump calls the winter White House. Raise Brady's FaceBook photo showing the president responding to North Korean missile launch in front of moral Argo members and guests. Our chief national correspondent time nemesis through the details in time the big question this open meeting have to potentially compromise classified intelligence. Or George the White House is saying this morning know what president trump is facing growing criticism over what some top Democrats described as a situation room. All fresco. President trump in Japan's prime minister they don't ringing in public at moral log of this weekend. Learning nor who hit just launched a ballistic missile to the Sea of Japan. Q will period to handle the preliminary response right there it for of other diners. More a lot of though member Richard yet does EO posting the play by play on his FaceBook page writing the president receiving the news about the missile incident. And this holy Moly it was fascinating to watch the flurry of activity at dinner. Wow the center of the action Donald Trump talks about making matters America secure security begins at home. House democratic leader Nancy Pelosi. Also outraged tweeting there's no excuse for letting an international crisis play out in part of a bunch of country club members like dinner theater. The White House says the president and all they were only discussing logistics. Of good news conference at the table and not classified information. And that president trump had been briefed in a secure location. Prior to dinner but in the photos on social media you can see aides including Stephen bid in. Huddled around the president and others using cell phone lights to illuminate documents for the leaders it's a sign. That there is aid lack of security. Maturity and seriousness. Among the president's team and I would expect him to change the moral law go images are stark contrast to this image posted by president Obama's photographer. Who sit outside of the White House all the national security briefings and head of state phone calls were held inside a secure location. So now questioning if more Largo is not private enough for the president security is revved up when president trump is visiting. But members can coming go. Membership is in cheap. Initiation fees just went up from 300000. Dollars along with 141000 dollars in yearly dues. But the price may be worth it. For some who apparently get to watch the west wind work right out on the patio just ask that member who posted these photos from dinner. He also had this one. Posing with the military aid writing this is Rick. He carries the foot. All the nuclear football richt is the main. Now we also want to mention as that volatile situation in Asia was unfolding the president also found time to stop by a wedding. Happening at moral law go a guest telling us he gave a toast to the newly weds. And took this photo. Thumbs up with the bridal party George OK Tom thanks very much.

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