Trump dined with Hannity at Mar-a-Lago: report

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump threatens ex-intel official's clearance, citing comments on CNN Protesters topple Confederate monument on UNC campus Man wanted for threatening to shoot Trump spotted in Maryland MORE reportedly dined with Fox News personality Sean Hannity at the president's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida this weekend.

CNN reporter Oliver Darcy tweeted that sources had said the president had dined with Hannity Friday evening.

The Palm Beach Post also reported that Trump golfed with Hannity on Saturday.

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“The president was in a very good mood. He seemed very, very happy,” longtime Republican operative Larry Casey, who was a guest at the club, told the Post.

Casey added that he saw the two golfing together, while the president remained uncharacteristically silent on social media.

Their meetings come as the White House searches for a replacement for Hope HicksHope Charlotte HicksTrump officials pushing Hope Hicks to join 2020 campaign: report Hope Hicks spotted boarding Air Force One ahead of Trump rally Omarosa questioned by feds over Cohen ties to National Enquirer publisher: report MORE, Trump's longtime aide and White House communications director. Hicks's last day in the White House was on Thursday.

Trump was joined Friday night by former New York City Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik, according to a tweet from ABC News reporter Meridith McGraw, and on Saturday by first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpMelania Trump set for solo tour in Africa Melania Trump on cyberbullying: 'Children' know more about social media than 'most adults' The Hill's Morning Report — Trump showcases ICE ahead of midterm elections MORE and daughter Tiffany Trump.

Melania Trump's presence at Mar-a-Lago comes amid weeks of speculation over her reaction to news reports of her husband's alleged 2006 affair with Stormy Daniels, an adult-film star, and Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's admission that he paid Daniels $130,000 as part of a nondisclosure agreement in 2016.

Trump has so far remained personally silent on the issue, while the White House and Trump's lawyers have maintained that the claims of the 2006 affair are false and politically motivated.