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Trump Banners Greet Him Upon Return To Mar-a-Lago

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The community around Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s Palm Beach, Florida social club, make no bones about how much they cannot stand the former president’s presence in the area.

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When he returned on the day of incoming President Joe Biden's inauguration, he was given an appropriate welcome, from above.

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This weekend, planes flew with banners stating, "Trump Worst President Ever" and "Trump You Pathetic Loser Go Back To Moscow," which were visible from Mar-a-Lago.

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Interestingly enough, a significant number of his Palm Beach neighbors are venturing to oust him from making Mar-a-Lago his residence, seeking to enforce a binding agreement from 1993, which converted the estate into a legal private social club and prohibited any measure of permanent stay.

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The agreement states that no member, including Trump, can stay longer than 21 days a year, or a max of three non-consecutive seven-day visits.

Reports of longtime members leaving the club continue to pop up, according to CNN. Laurence Leamer, a historian on Mar-a-Lago, told MSNBC host Alex Witt on "Weekends with Alex Witt" on Saturday, that members are "not concerned about politics, and they said the food is no good."

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"They don't want anything to do with Donald Trump," he said, via Business Insider. "Many of the members, they're not going there very often because it's a very dispirited place."