Secret Service agents asked about Mar-a-Lago assignment when Trump moves from D.C.

Should President Donald Trump leave office in January, it is likely that he will be moving to his South Florida Mar-a-Lago resort- and that means billeting assignments for US Secret Service agents.

Several agents have been asked about transferring to Palm Beach County, where the resort is located, should President Trump not be able to pull a rabbit from his hat and maintain the presidency.

The Secret Service’s Miami field office has also begun looking at physical reinforcements to the president’s Mar-a-Lago resort, according to The Hill.

President Trump is planning on remaining in Florida full-time, while still maintaining business and properties in places such as New York City.

While a “source” within the NYPD was more than happy to blab to ABC News about reducing NYPD presence around Trump Tower, the Secret Service was, well, a little more secretive when it came to their security plans.

“For operational security reasons, the Secret Service does not discuss specifically or in general terms the means, methods or resources we utilize to carry out our protective mission,” a Secret Service spokesperson said of the matter.

President Trump became a Florida resident in 2019.

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