Inspectors cited Mar-a-Lago for maintenance, kitchen violations
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Newly revealed records show that President TrumpDonald TrumpWendy Sherman takes leading role as Biden's 'hard-nosed' Russia negotiator Senate needs to confirm Deborah Lipstadt as antisemitism envoy — Now Former acting Defense secretary under Trump met with Jan. 6 committee: report MORE’s Mar-a-Lago resort was cited for poor maintenance and violations in its kitchens late last year, according to the Miami Herald.

The resort underwent emergency repairs to pass inspection in November, the newspaper reported. The property had two violations considered high priority: Concrete missing from a staircase that could cause a person to fall, as well as a lack of smoke detectors with flashing lights to alert those who are hearing impaired, it added.


Inspectors of the kitchens also found 15 violations, but they did pass inspection.

Violations included hot dogs being stored on the ground of a walk-in freezer, as well as milk being stored at 49 degrees, above the safe temperature of 41 degrees.

Club General Manager Bernd Lembcke and Alan Garten, the chief legal officer of Trump’s private businesses, did not return the Herald’s request for comment.

Multiple health code violations were also found in a Mar-a-Lago kitchen last April.

This latest inspection took place shortly before Trump arrived at Mar-a-Lago for Thanksgiving. He returned to the property again in December for the winter holidays, and also spent the past weekend there.