War refugees aren’t the only ones at the receiving end of a Donald Trump ban.
The president has banned members of his Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach from the property through this weekend.
Can’t get dinner.
Can’t even get a drink at the bar.
The move comes after intelligence experts criticized Trump for preparing his response to the firing of a test missile by North Korea Feb. 12 while dining among club members and their guests.
The ban hasn’t been announced officially, but club members who’ve been trying to get a restaurant reservation have been told they’ll have to wait until Trump is gone Sunday afternoon.
By the way, membership costs $15,000 a year after an initiation fee upped to $200,000 after Trump was sworn in.
“We are pissed off to no end,” said one member who asked that his name not be used. The 66-year-old businessman said he fears being shunned by Trump if he talks to the press.
“I personally paid $100,000 years ago to join and I go to dinner at Mar-a-Lago every Saturday.