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

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrumps light 97th annual National Christmas Tree Trump to hold campaign rally in Michigan 'Don't mess with Mama': Pelosi's daughter tweets support following press conference comments 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 HicksJustice Dept releases another round of summaries from Mueller probe Former White House official won't testify, lawyer says Trump: 'Top shows' on Fox News, cable are 'Fair (or great)' to me 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 TrumpTrumps light 97th annual National Christmas Tree Trump, first lady take part in National Christmas Tree lighting Capitol Christmas tree lights up Washington 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.