President Donald Trump will spend his second Easter as President at his Mar-a-Lago club and close the social season from November to April in Palm Beach.
The President is expected to fly from Ohio, where he will arrive. He will comment on his infrastructure plan early Thursday evening and return to Florida just in time for Monday's traditional Easter egg on South Lawn.
The president will accompany First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron, who spent the week in Mar-a-Lago
Donald Trump Jr. is also in Florida and was seen at a CrossFit gym in Palm Beach, of which he knows he is common. Trump Jr.'s wife, Vanessa, was also near the beach with her children, despite filing for divorce this month. [1
Trump visits Easter Sunday Mass in Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, where he was married to Melania in 2005 Last year The churchgoers had to go through metal detectors, but were reportedly surprised that the president showed up five minutes before the morning service.
Mar-a-Lago also ran an Easter brunch last year and an egg hunt Trump visited with his children and grandchildren.
The visit will cause road closures and delays in the Palm Beach area beginning Thursday morning. All types of travel, including pedestrians, are prohibited near the Golf Club and a Marine Protected Zone is established. A 30-mile no-fly zone will also be in effect with a few exceptions: A local church, NewSound, has received permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to use a helicopter to disperse Easter eggs.
Last year, Trump finished his visits to Mar-a-Lago after Easter and returns in November for Thanksgiving. During the summer months, the president prefers to visit his property in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Trump goes to Washington D.C. on Sunday with Melania. return to prepare for Monday's Easter Egg, the 140th White House House.
From the schedule of events any reference to a Passover Seder visited by the President or his family has been dropped. The Jewish holiday starts Friday at sunset. Last year, the White House had a staff member Seder, but the president decided not to attend. President Barack Obama hosted and co-chaired Seders every year of his presidency.