Trump's patio situation room after NK missile launch raises security questions

And because the internet easily has Facebook posts archived, even after DeAgazio posted the controversial Facebook photos of "Rick" - the "nuclear football" holder to President Donald Trump - and eventually deleted those Facebook photos, they are Facebook photos that will forever live on in infamy online.

One of the images shows the officer - identified by DeAgazio as "Rick the Man" - smiling and putting his arm around the retired investor for a photograph.

DeAgazio was ripped in the comments section for being irresponsible, with one person saying, "Thanks for getting Rick demoted and/or relieved of duty".

Surrounded by other wealthy residents of the exclusive club, some of whom quickly posted pictures of the scene on Facebook, "Trump and Abe's evening meal quickly morphed into a strategy session, the decision-making on full view to fellow diners", CNN reported.

"HOLY MOLY! It was fascinating to watch the flurry of activity at dinner when the news came that North Korea had launched a missile in the direction of Japan", his post read. Wow.the center of the action!' "I said to the prime minister of Japan, I said: 'C'mon Shinzō, let's go over and say hello.'" The newlyweds had been long-time members of the club, the president added. James went on to ask DeAgazio if he felt his "need to brag" was worth the safety of this man or even this nation.

A US Coast Guard boat passes through the Mar-a-Lago Resort where President-elect Donald Trump will be spending Thanksgiving on November 23, 2016 in Palm Beach, Florida. DeAgazio said he "looked it up" on Wikipedia. Trump pledged not to make any new deals while President, and claims he has removed himself from day-to-day operations of his company.

'I thought he handled it very calmly, and very presidentially'. One club member, a man named Richard DeAgazio, gave a play-by-play of what was happening on the terrace on Facebook - proving that not only had high-level foreign intelligence been delivered to the president's table along with the crudités, but that club-goers had unprecedented access to what happened next.

In another clip, Trump says the groom's family has been long-time members of Mar-a-Lago and they have paid him "a fortune".

Local business owners are less impressed by Trump's new status, fearing that heightened security and attention will put off visitors.

That was after he had dinner with a female friend on Friday night for her birthday, and snapped the photo of her planting a kiss on the cheek of President Trump.

This information was relayed to both the president and the prime minister as they were eating dinner.

  • Leroy Wright