Trump's Mar-a-Lago failed a Florida health inspection

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President Donald Trump is heading back to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida for the weekend.

The two main kitchens at Mar-a-Lago were cited for 15 food violations during a state inspection on November 8, while the property's on-site bed and breakfast was cited for two "high-priority lodging violations", the Miami Herald reported. The resort reportedly lacks smoke detectors and a poorly constructed staircase.

Included among the food violations found in Mar-a-Lago's kitchens on November 8 were the improper storage and marking of foods, such as dairy stored at temperatures exceeding 41 degrees F (in this case, it was milk stored at 49 F), and hot dogs stored on the floor of a walk-in freezer, among others.

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.

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These recurring slips are a huge let down for a club that demands a whopping $200,000 just in initiation fees from its members.

There were also food-safety violations discovered.

However, the club was re-checked on November 17 and this time "met inspection standards".

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The club's two main kitchens had 15 violations: Staff failed to track the freshness of potentially hazardous foods, including curry sauce dated October 21.

Shortly before the state visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Mar-a-Lago in February 2017, inspectors found sushi ready for consumption without being treated for parasites.

Before taking office, Trump was personally involved in the day-to-day operations of the club and health violations were relatively low.

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There were just two violations in the kitchens in 2015, in the early stages of his campaign.

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