Trump planning three-night stay in NY: report

Trump planning three-night stay in NY: report
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President Trump is reportedly planning a three-night stay in New York.

Trump will travel to Trump Tower on Sunday, according to a draft schedule shared with New York City law enforcement and reviewed by Politico.

The president will leave New Jersey on Sunday afternoon and stay at Trump Tower for three nights.


There, Trump will have "internal meetings," according to the schedule, which is subject to change. He will go back to his New Jersey golf club on Wednesday, Politico reported.

A spokesman for the New York City Police Department told Politico that it is "prepared for any visit by the president and the first family," adding that the department "continues to work closely with the U.S. Secret Service."

The president is in the middle of an extended stay at his golf club in New Jersey while the West Wing of the White House undergoes renovations.
Last weekend, he tweeted that he is working in New Jersey as "long planned construction is being done at the White House."
"This is not a vacation - meetings and calls!" he tweeted.