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Donald J. Trump Is Vile, Nasty and Disgusting


Trump is projecting himself onto others when he calls them nasty and disgusting; some of Trump’s properties are nasty and disgusting. We know how vile, nasty and disgusting Trump can be when talking about others. Now we know the way he manages his properties also is vile, nasty and disgusting. Find out how vile, nasty and disgusting Trump properties are.


By Chris Sommerfeldt and Dave Goldiner
Bug off, Mr. President! A New Jersey insurance executive who sued and then settled over an itchy infestation at the “spectacular” resort where Trump hopes to host world leaders next year said Tuesday he’s “outraged” by the president’s attempt to deny bedbug reports. Eric Linder is bound by a confidentiality agreement not to discuss the settlement of his 2016 lawsuit — but he was plenty unhappy with the president’s tweet earlier in the day deriding bedbug claims about his Trump National Doral resort outside Miami. “I’m outraged by it,” Linder, 66, who lives in Fort Lee, told the Daily News. Trump’s morning tweet claimed there are “no bedbugs at Doral" and charged “Radical Left Democrats” had “spread that false and nasty rumor” after he on Monday proposed hosting the 2020 G7 summit at the resort. more...

By Justin Rohrlich
Donald Trump has regularly boasted his hotels and resorts are the world’s finest. In Florida, pool inspection reports tell a different story. Swimming pools at Trump resort properties in Florida are cited for poor water quality and other health and safety violations far more frequently by the state’s Department of Health than pools at comparable luxury properties, records reviewed by Quartz show. The violations were so serious that Trump’s Florida properties were forced to close their pools by health inspectors 10 times over the past 12 months. State records show multiple citations for violations like improper pH levels, problems with “disinfection feeders” that pump chlorine into the water, and inadequate safety features, including deficient handrails and ladders. Improper pH and chlorine levels result in automatic closures, according to Florida regulations. They can lead to conditions that permit the spread of gastrointestinal, skin, ear, respiratory, eye, and neurologic illnesses, according to the US Centers for Disease Control. In comparison to Trump Florida properties, nearby four and five-star resorts and private clubs had mostly pristine pool inspection records over the same time period. more...

By Chris Sommerfeldt - New York Daily News
Their namesake is a Mr. Clean freak, but some Trump eateries are just plain dirty. Mice in the kitchen, filthy food prep areas and broken sewage systems are on the list of recent stomach-turning health code violations at a number of Trump-branded restaurants in the city, the Daily News has learned. Health inspections at Trump properties from Midtown Manhattan to the Bronx’s Ferry Point reveal the President’s eponymous company still struggles to keep its day-to-day operations clean — though similar infractions have been reported for years. Violations at the President’s crown jewel and Manhattan residence — Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue — are perhaps the most gag-inducing. City Department of Health inspectors visited the tower’s cafe and grill on July 11, 2018 and found “evidence of mice or live mice” in and around the kitchen, according to records that haven’t previously been reported. The inspectors categorized the violation as “critical.” The inspectors also deemed the restaurant “not vermin proof” and said its “conditions” are “conducive to attracting vermin” and “allowing vermin to exist.” Moreover, the eatery’s “food contact surfaces” had not been properly maintained and “unacceptable” material had been used to build some “non-food contact” stations, making them practically impossible to clean. The Trump Tower eatery has been written up for various health code violations every year since 2014, including sightings of “live roaches” in 2016 and “filth flies” in 2017. But inspectors have not — until now — found mice tracks at the posh establishment. more...

A self-described germaphobe and admitted clean freak, Donald Trump’s personal standards don’t seem to translate to his namesake eateries, with many properties showing a consistent track record of critical health code violations, Daily News reports. Dirty food preparation areas, broken sewage systems, and mice in the kitchen all make the list of violations identified by New York City health inspections, including those for Trump’s keystone property, Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. In fact, Trump Tower in particular has received regular violations each year since 2014 with infractions including live roaches, filth flies, and mouse tracks. Trump, due to his decision not to divest himself from business interests after taking on the presidency, remains the chief executive officer of the property, though he presumably no longer plays a role in day-t0-day operations of the business. Even so, the pattern fits with what former associates have described as a tendency for Trump to emphasize a superficial veneer of luxury over substantive quality in many of his endeavors. “He has always been far more focused on creating an image for his properties than in spending what it takes to make them excellent,” one of these associates said, speaking on condition of anonymity. more...

By Julie Peirano
When Donald Trump’s favorite resort, his very own Mar-A-Lago, received a whopping 15 food violations during a November 2017 inspection, critics and members alike took notice. And that’s not all. Inspectors also cited the club for two maintenance violations, essentially deeming certain aspects of the Winter White House totally unsafe. So let’s get to it. Here’s everything you need to know about the not-so-sanitary state of Mar-a-Lago, including the most alarming health code violation ever found at the property (which we’ll get to in a bit). It’s not worth the risk. more...

By Barri Segal
From 1924 to 1927, cereal company heiress and socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post built Mar-a-Lago, a resort and national historic landmark located in Palm Beach, Florida. After her death, she left the property to the National Park Service hoping presidents would use it as a “winter White House.” The structure spans 110,000 square feet and features 128 rooms. Within it is the members-only Mar-a-Lago Club, which features a spa, luxurious guest rooms, and other lavish amenities. Merriweather didn’t leave enough money to maintain the property, so a 1981 Congressional act returned it to her foundation. Donald Trump bought the property in 1985 and charged his then-wife Ivana Trump with running it. Today, his family still keeps private quarters at Mar-a-Lago, and he has visited the property frequently since he became president. Trump has weathered many scandals during his first year as president, and those surrounding Mar-a-Lago have been no exception. Read on to find what dark clouds have floated over the winter White House. more...

The president's restaurants, resorts, and golf clubs have had some, shall we say, problematic sanitary records.
By Lachlan Markay
Over the past few days, President Donald Trump has been on an extended Twitter tirade, going off on what he deems to be the rat infestation plaguing the city of Baltimore. But if anyone should know about the plague of vermin, it’s Trump. The president’s restaurants, resorts, and golf clubs have all been cited for extensive health-code violations, including the presence of rodents. Health inspectors have for years turned in stomach-churning reports of rats, mice, cockroaches, and other pests in the kitchens and food-preparation areas at Trump properties in New York, Florida, and Las Vegas. One infestation in the main kitchen of Trump’s Doral golf club in 2015 was so bad that health inspectors recommended that the place be temporarily shut down. As late as last year, health inspectors in New York reported a likely rodent problem at the restaurant in the president’s flagship Trump Tower property. The inspection turned up “evidence of mice or live mice present in facility's food and/or non-food areas” and “conditions conducive to attracting vermin to the premises and/or allowing vermin to exist.” more...

Seriously, some of the health-code violations in these places are disgusting.
By Lachlan Markay
President Donald Trump on Monday attacked a rural Virginia restaurant that refused to serve his press secretary over the weekend by criticizing its supposed lack of cleanliness. “The Red Hen Restaurant should focus more on cleaning its filthy canopies, doors and windows (badly needs a paint job) rather than refusing to serve a fine person like Sarah Huckabee Sanders,” Trump tweeted Monday morning. “I always had a rule, if a restaurant is dirty on the outside, it is dirty on the inside!” But perhaps those in glass restaurants shouldn’t throw stones. Compared to the Red Hen, some of Trump’s own restaurants seem like the bathroom of a dive bar the morning after a live show. The Lexington, Virginia restaurant, which caused a Trumpworld uproar when it refused to serve White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Friday, passed its most recent health inspection with flying colors. State authorities found no violations when they visited the restaurant in February and gave the Red Hen their best possible health-risk rating. By contrast, the conditions of restaurants at Trump’s hotels and resorts have ranged from moderately unsanitary to outright revolting. In April, Washington, D.C. inspectors visited the Trump International Hotel and found 10 health-code violations, including raw meat stored above ready-to-eat foods and containers of flour stored next to a hand sink that lacked a splash guard. Inspectors also found that the hotel was operating a number of on-site kitchens without city permits to do so. The hotel was given a “moderate risk” rating based on that visit. Inspectors conducted a follow-up visit in May and found that the Trump hotel had failed to comply with instructions to correct some of those violations, including the permitting issue. It maintained the “moderate risk” category. more...

By Allan Smith
President Donald Trump blasted a Virginia restaurant on Monday morning as "filthy" and "dirty" after the business ejected White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders over the weekend. "The Red Hen Restaurant should focus more on cleaning its filthy canopies, doors and windows (badly needs a paint job) rather than refusing to serve a fine person like Sarah Huckabee Sanders," Trump tweeted of the establishment. "I always had a rule, if a restaurant is dirty on the outside, it is dirty on the inside!" That tweet triggered a reexamination of some of Trump's most prominent properties, which have a history of facing health-code violations. Meanwhile, the Red Hen restaurant passed all of its most recent health inspections with minor or no violations.  Perhaps the most notable of the Trump properties to come under fire by health inspectors was the president's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, which has faced 51 health code violations since 2013 — including 15 during an early 2017 inspection. The club met minimum standards to remain open. "Hard to see how the White House will reconcile Trump's sudden worries about food safety with the 15 violations they found last year at Mar-a-Lago," tweeted David Martosko, the US political editor for The Daily Mail. Also at Trump branded properties: more...

Eateries at the president’s properties have racked up a hefty list of health code violations.
By Mary Papenfuss
Donald Trump bashed the Virginia restaurant that booted White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders by calling it “dirty.” That probably wasn’t the most credible tactic, given the startling number of health code violations amassed by his own restaurants. The Red Hen bounced Sanders out last Friday after the owner told the press secretary that the business had to uphold standards of “honesty and compassion.” A retaliatory tweet from Trump on Monday commented on the restaurant’s “filthy” exterior, adding: “If a restaurant is dirty on the outside, it is dirty on the inside.” It’s debatable that the restaurant looks at all dirty on the outside. As for the inside, health officials found absolutely no problems at the eatery in two of four inspections of the Red Hen since 2014, including this year. Last year the sole violation included storing pickles in the wrong kind of jars. Its sole “critical” violations were found four years ago: improper storage of meat and failure to mark certain prepared food with an expiration date. All violations were corrected. The record for the president’s various restaurants is far worse. His establishments have racked up scores of violations, including for several critical issues such as fly and cockroach infestations, food stored at improper temperatures and dirty conditions. The Trump Cafe and Grill, and Trump Bar, both in Trump Tower in Manhattan, and restaurants at Mar-a-Lago in Florida and the Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in the Bronx have all tallied several violations. In April, inspectors dinged Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., on nine food health issues. It was written up for unsanitary food-contact surfaces, improper food holding temperatures and improper storage to prevent cross-contamination, among other problems. In 2015, Trump Cafe and Grill was cited for nine health violations. Six were deemed critical and included dirty food-contact surfaces, dirty wiping cloths and cold food stored at an improper temperature. The following year it was cited for five violations — three critical, including roach infestation. It was cited for four critical violations last year and for three so far this year. Trump’s restaurant at Mar-a-Lago was cited for 13 health violations last year, including for undercooked fish and hot raw meat, just days before Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had dinner there. The restaurant chalked up a combined 78 health code violations in just three years. more...

Sad!
BySuzy Strutner
As president, Donald Trump has already hosted two world leaders for dinner at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida instead of at the White House. But he might want to re-think what he serves with that chocolate cake. The Mar-a-Lago Club was cited for its highest-ever number of health code violations in January, the Miami Herald reported. Records from a routine inspection January 26 note 13 violations at Mar-a-Lago’s dining establishments, including three deemed “high priority,” the most severe category. In coolers, foods like shrimp and burgers were found at temperatures up to 50 degrees Fahrenheit, much warmer than the required 41 degrees. A ham was stored at 57 degrees. And fish that was intended to be served raw had not undergone proper parasite destruction and needed to be cooked or thrown away immediately, inspectors said. The number of violations was bigly for the property ― and records show there were two more the following day, as well ― but it’s not an uncommon number for a restaurant undergoing routine inspection, according to Stephen Lawson, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. A statement from Mar-a-Lago pointed out that all of the urgent violations were corrected the same day they were found. As far as restaurants go, Mar-a-Lago’s inspection was relatively average. more...

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