Donald Trump left his Mar-A-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, Sunday while debuting a new hat that replaced his signature slogan, "Make America Great Again," with “USA.”
The headwear was also emblazoned with the number 45, denoting the fact that he's now the 45th president of the United States.
The president-elect returned to New York City and his home in Trump Tower following a few days away from Manhattan at his scenic estate.
The Trump clan, including all of his children and grandchildren, spent Thanksgiving at Mar-A-Lago, the 17-acre home with 58 bedrooms and adorned with gold. The Trumps dined on turkey inside a dining room modeled after a Roman palace.
A source close to the Trump clan, who was inside the estate, told the New York Post that the soon-to-be president was asking guests who should be secretary of state – Mitt Romney or Rudy Giuliani.
The source told The Post: “Donald was walking around asking everybody he could about who should be his secretary of state. There was a lot of criticism about Romney, and a lot of people like Rudy. There are also many people advocating for [former US ambassador to the UN] John Bolton.”
Other guests at the Mar-A-Lago Thanksgiving were Richard Nixon’s grandson, Christopher Nixon Cox; Ike Perlmutter the CEO of Marvel Entertainment, Christopher Rudy, the president of Newsmax, Don King and Fabio.