Secret Service agents are being asked about transferring to Florida to guard President Trump after he leaves office in January, sources told ABC News.
The Secret Service’s Miami field office has also begun looking at physical reinforcements to the president’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, the unidentified sources added.
Renovations to living quarters, or “updates,” are reportedly underway ahead of the president and first lady Melania Trump living at the resort full-time after Jan. 20. The residence has only been used on a temporary basis, and the club has only been open seasonally.
The report comes as the Trump administration signals that it is ready to begin the transition of power with the incoming Biden administration. However, the president has yet to outright concede his election loss.
ABC News also reported that Trump is expected to spend time at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., and in New York after leaving office.
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