Check Out Video Of The Sinkhole That Just Opened Up Outside Trump’s Florida Mar-A-Lago Resort — Seriously

Here’s something that might make Donald Trump suddenly care about the environment a whole lot more than before.

A local news station in Florida is reporting — with video — that a sinkhole has apparently opened up outside Trump’s “Winter White House” in Florida. He spent what feels like every weekend throughout the first months of his presidency at Mar-A-Lago, which is near West Palm Beach, Florida, playing golf.

Trump’s repeated visits to Mar-A-Lago racked up such massive costs that they set him on course to surpass Obama’s travel expenses throughout his entire eight years in office in just Trump’s first year or two in the White House.

Besides being the site of what can easily be described as reckless spending, Mar-A-Lago also repeatedly saw people who had paid the massive sums of money required to join the country club find themselves present at high level meetings. Trump hosted the Japanese Prime Minister at the resort, for instance, and the two allegedly had a meeting about a North Korean missile launch in full view of people who just happened to be at the resort.

Now, there’s a sinkhole outside Trump’s beloved rich people’s hideaway. He might not ever even hear about this, but he might, and it might matter to him and perhaps even make him think about the environment.

WFTV is reporting that the four by four foot hole opened up “in front” of Trump’s club, and it’s not clear how long it will take to fix.

Check out video below.

Featured Image via Michael Vadon on Wikimedia Commons, Available Under a Creative Commons License.

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