Trump has promoted the 643-room Doral Club as an ideal choice for the 2020 Summit due to its convenient location near the airport and its large parking facilities. If implemented, six of the world's leading politicians and hundreds of diplomats would reside in the country's "grandest golf resort," which, according to local inspection reports, has a long history of breaches of health regulations.
No, investigators have never found bugs. However, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation has encountered numerous problems in recent years, particularly in the various restaurants and kitchens of the 800-hectare club. They range from minor complaints such as soiled kitchen appliances to serious offenses such as live cockroaches near ovens and preparation areas.
Trump rejects the complaint about bedbugs at his Doral Golf Resort.
Doral's main kitchen.
] There were a number of problems in the main kitchen of the resort ̵
1; for example, in 2015, when the kitchen was temporarily closed after an inspector found 20 to 30 "living, small flying insects" in the kitchen and in the dishwasher room. 25 live cockroaches on walls, baseboards and floors "near a food preparation area. It did not help that several buffet foods that were supposed to be cold, including cheese, pork, fish and eggs, were served too warm at temperatures above 20 degrees.
A year later, an inspector reported more than 40 small flies near a coffee station. Part of the buffet of fruit, bread and yoghurt, it was said, lacked "adequate protection against the nies or other suitable protection against contamination". This problem was also noted in 2015.
In 2017, an inspector set the restaurant "high priority injuries" for six people, including three trays of "cooked prawns" that were 56 degrees to cold. Encrusted old food was found on clean dishes, a can opener and a drink station.
An inspector found that at least one employee had not changed his disposable gloves between work or after soiling.
Champions Bar & Grill
Doral's sports bar, famed for its view of the terrace and its "upscale, informal atmosphere," has been cited over the years for numerous violations, according to inspection reports. In April 2015, the restaurant was fined $ 200 when an inspector found several "high priority" issues. Among them: an employee who did not wash his hands before starting to prepare food.
Cold food was stored at temperatures 10 degrees warmer than allowed, found an inspector and a walk-in cooler that contained meat and milk too warm and in need of repair. In addition, the report mentions "about 10 to 11 live cockroaches", including several near the dishwasher and two behind ovens.
This was an obvious improvement on 2012, when inspectors reportedly found rodent droppings in addition to cockroaches in the kitchen.  An inspection in November 2016, which was conducted less than two weeks after Trump's victory in the presidential election, resulted in more than two dozen infractions. The inspector re-docked the restaurant to clarify food temperature issues, pointing to baked foods in fridges, ovens, and reach-in refrigerators.
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While discussing possible accommodations for next year's guests, Trump talked about the "bungalows" – a series of magnificent buildings, each with 50 to 70 rooms. However, according to inspection reports, the bungalows were marked last year when an inspector gathered raw burgers and raw cuttlefish in a cooler "not properly separated".
This seems to have been a recurring problem for years, back to at least 2014, when inspectors also cited the accumulation of food debris and a moldy substance in an ice cream maker and a beer nozzle in a bar.
Trump's promotion of Doral for the next G-7 summit shocks local officials
Trump bought Doral in 2012 with the help of Deutsche Bank loans totaling $ 125 million. The Trump organization did not return a request for comment on Doral's inspection on Tuesday. However, despite the resort's recurrent problems, the investigators found almost no problems with an inspection in May.
This year's near-perfect touch could be a reflection of Trump's mission to host the 2020 G-7 summit at his resort. Company representative said last year had a "significant" underperformance compared to other companies in the region achieved.
David A. Fahrenthold, John Wagner and Josh Dawsey contributed to this report.
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