President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump advisers urging tougher action toward Russia: report Eric Holder says he’ll decide on a 2020 run by early next year Trump wrote back to 8-year-old seeking kidney for dad MORE reportedly dined with Fox Information character Sean Hannity at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida this weekend.
CNN reporter Oliver Darcy tweeted that sources had mentioned the president had dined with Hannity Friday night.
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) March 31, 2018
The Palm Seashore Put up additionally reported that Trump golfed with Hannity on Saturday.
“The president was in an excellent temper. He appeared very, very glad,” longtime Republican operative Larry Casey, who was a visitor on the membership, informed the Put up.
Casey added that he noticed the 2 collectively, whereas the president remained uncharacteristically silent on social media.
Their conferences come because the White Home searches for a substitute for Hope HicksHope Charlotte HicksThe Memo: Trump prizes loyalty over experience in Cabinet Lewandowski suggests reporter took his photo album Kellyanne Conway’s husband is deleting some tweets that appear critical of Trump MORE, Trump’s longtime aide and White Home communications director. Hicks’ final day within the White Home was on Thursday.
Trump was joined Friday evening by former New York Metropolis police commissioner Bernie Kerik, in keeping with a tweet from ABC Information reporter Meridith McGraw, and on Saturday by first girl Melania TrumpMelania TrumpJudge halts Stormy Daniels effort to depose Trump Parkland student appeals to Melania Trump after attacks by Laura Ingraham Trump sons fire back at Jeb Bush: Our father dismantled you piece by piece MORE and daughter Tiffany.
First girl Melania Trump’s presence at Mar-a-Lago comes amid weeks of hypothesis over her response to information reviews of her husband’s alleged 2006 affair with Stormy Daniels, an grownup movie star, and Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s admission that he paid Daniels $130,000 as a part of an settlement in 2016.
Trump has to this point remained personally silent on the problem, whereas the White Home and Trump’s attorneys have maintained that the claims of the 2006 affair are false and politically motivated.