New Yorkers, and certainly their mayor Bill de Blasio, complained bitterly about the traffic chaos unleashed by then president-elect Donald Trump when he used his Fifth Avenue-located Trump Tower as campaign headquarters, resulting in logistical and security chaos. Now it’s the turn of Palm Beach, where Trump resides on most weekends in his Mar-A-Lago “Winter White House” (at a cost to taxpayers of approximately $3 million per trip).
On Friday evening, two F-15s caused a sonic boom as they were scrambled from their base in Homestead, Florida, to intercept an unresponsive general aviation aircraft that flew near Palm Beach during a stay by President Trump at Mar-a-Lago, Fox News reported. The jets flew at supersonic speeds the North American Aerospace Defense Command, NORAD, said in a statement leading to started residents confused by the loud noise.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Feb 18, 2017.