Democrats Are Putting An End To Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Trips And Lord Cheeto Is Pissed

Being president is an extraordinarily difficult position, involving a vast amount of intelligence and determination. Donald Trump possesses neither of these qualities, has skin as thin as his hair, and has thus far proven to purely interested in using the oval office to further his own business interests. What’s more, he appears to be using his Mar-A-Lago residence in Florida as not just a place to unwind from spending the week getting into twitter wars with gangsta rappers, but to conduct sordid business in as well.

Democrats say no more!

That Lord Cheeto is costing tax payers $3 million per visit to his personal castle in Florida s maddening enough, but that he’s not keeping a visitor’s log is more troublesome. Senate Democrats are hoping to change that and are amping up their efforts to force the Trump Administration to publicly release a visitor’s log for both the White House and Mar-a-Lago.

The bill, introduced on Friday by Sens. Tom Udall (D-NM), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Tom Carper (D-Del) and Jack Reed, is called the Make Access Records Available To Lead American Government Openness Act, or ingeniously the MAR-A-LAGO Act. 

According to Sen. Udall, “the American people have the right to know who has access to the president and who has leverage over his administration.” After all, this is a president who has the most conflicts of interests than any president in recent memory, and a president who very well colluded with a hostile and foreign enemy. Transparency isn’t for low-energy losers.

The bill came after Senate Democrats sent a letter to Trump and William Callahan, the Secret Service deputy director, inquiring as to whether they planned to release a visitor log. Naturally, the White House refused to respond and thus came the bill.

Seeing as the orange con man has essentially broken or reneged on every one of his campaign pledges, it’s really no wonder that transparency is the least of his concerns.

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