Mar-a-Lago, Trump's 'Winter White House,' Is in the Path of Hurricane Dorian

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Hurricane Dorian is continuing its churn toward the U.S., and President Trump's so-called winter White House, Mar-a-Lago, is directly in its path. 

Trump has canceled a trip to Poland, saying he plans to monitor the monster storm from Camp David. Dorian could become a Category 4 hurricane by the time it makes landfall, which looks like it will likely occur in Central Florida.

It's not just Trump's Mar-a-Lago that could take a hit. Other Trump properties are in the danger zone as well, including his Doral golf resort, which the president just talked up as a possible location for next year's G-7 summit.

Mar-a-Lago has been hit by storms before, but it sustained little damage, as it's built largely of steel and concrete, with walls 3 feet thick. 

Will it survive the wrath of Hurricane Dorian? Only time will tell. 


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