Did trump admit blacks and gay to maralago
The investigation into Trump Management uncovered considerable evidence of discrimination —like a former superintendent for a Trump property who testified that he had been instructed to mark applications submitted by black people with a "C" for "colored" —but the case ultimately ended in a settlement. I'll go one step further. In Palm Beach, Florida, tough community, a brilliant community, a wealthy community, probably the wealthiest community there is in the world, I opened a club, and really got great credit for it. No discrimination against African-Americans, against Muslims, against anybody. And it's a tremendously successful club.
Trump INSISTED on including Jewish and Black Customers at Palm Beach Golf Course in 1990s
Trump Opens the Club to Blacks and Jews? Not Quite – Positive Infinity
Standing at the bar at Mar-a-Lago, the outrageously ornate Palm Beach, Florida, mansion built by breakfast-cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post in the Roaring 20s and turned into a private club in by Donald Trump, I awaited the arrival of the 45th president-elect of the United States. He was coming that mid-November weekend, as he had done so often for the past 30 years. But in so many ways he was already there. He was there in the Trump wines we were drinking, from the Virginia vineyards run by his son Eric.
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The biggest hurdle is money. Anyone who lived on the north end of the island had to pass the Palm Beach Country Club, with its well manicured course and pristine clubhouse, to go anywhere. This segregation was strictly enforced. This enforcement could be brutal.
By Robert Romano. In the s, Trump was running into a problem getting his golf course approved by the local town council in Palm Beach, which was imposing restrictions on his bid. So Trump shot back with maximum effect. Instead, Trump did the right thing and insisted on desegregation at his golf resort.