Mr Trump was infuriated upon seeing the work done at his golf resort by Ms Trump and her interior decorator, Tham Kannalikham, according to a CNN report. He saw the renovations three days before Christmas and was immediately angered by them, according to CNN sources.
One of the sources said President Trump was “not happy” with the renovation work.
They revealed that following his discovery, loud conversations started taking place with management at the exclusive property.
The insider added that Mr Trump disliked some of the new white marble and dark wood decorations so much he ordered them to be removed.
The expensive pieces were swiftly taken down, according to the source.
Mr Trump reportedly seemed “moody” for days and spent more time locked indoors than usual and less conversational with people at the resort.
Comparing this Christmas to previous ones at the club, another source told CNN “the vibe was off”.
One club member who decided not to spend the festive period at the resort due to coronavirus concerns revealed that the trip would be “too big a risk, not worth it”.
They added that “people are going for dinner as usual,” and that there seems to be “little regard for the pandemic”.
A source told People: “They have looked all over Palm Beach County and neighbouring Broward County for just the right place. There are several options, and they will decide soon.”
Speaking to the Sun, a source explained why Mar-a-Lago will most likely be the First Family’s next home.
The source said: “They are looking at schools for Barron and also looking for homes near Mar-a-Lago to purchase. The thought is they will stay at Mar-a-Lago initially after leaving the White House.”
Mr Trump’s daughter and senior adviser, Ivanka Trump, is also reportedly laying groundwork to move to the Sunshine state soon.
She and husband Jared Kushner, as well as their three children had been living in Washington DC since Mr Trump took office, but have now purchased a plot of land in billionaire’s paradise Indian Creek, according to Page Six.
Speaking to the news outlet, a local source in Miami said the couple might consider sending their children to the closest Jewish school to the exclusive neighbourhood.
The source said: “The closest good Jewish school to where they bought their land is Lehrman, which is about 5 minutes away. Otherwise, Ransom Everglades, which would be far for them, Miami Country Day — which is about 15 minutes — and Cushman are all very good private schools.
“Pine Crest is a very good school, but super far. If they are going Jewish and plan to in the meantime rent or live in that area near where they are building the house, I bet Lehrman.”