Donald Trump reportedly got workers to plant huge palm trees around the edge of Trump International Golf Club in Florida on Friday, apparently in a bid to stop people from peering inside his course, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The Mail article also claims that a new sign has also been erected outside the golf course that reads 'Warning! No trespassing.'
Former President Trump golfs on first full day out of office pic.twitter.com/z1G3GZDWPZ— The Hill (@thehill) January 21, 2021
A Trump International Golf Club worker digs a hole as he plants palm trees to block the view of the course in West Palm Beach, Florida. More photos of the day: https://t.co/vxRrFEeI3s @mabellog pic.twitter.com/42ZIyNvZb6— Reuters Pictures (@reuterspictures) January 22, 2021
The decision to plant palm trees around the edge of Trump's course comes just 24 hours after a camerman shot footage of the former US President enjoying a round of golf with his red 'Make America Great Again' hat on.
"A group of workmen used diggers and spades to dig deep holes in the earth to make way for the soaring palm trees around the golf course Friday," reads The Mail report. "The trees were then seen being planted in the earth before the men filled in the earth around the roots."
Both Trump and his wife Melania have flown back to the Mar-a-Lago estate in West Palm Beach, Florida, just days after leaving The White House and snubbing new President Joe Biden's inauguration.
Trump last week became the first US President to be impeached for a second time after the Democrats and 10 Republicans in the House of Representatives voted to charge him with inciting an insurrection over his role in the siege on Capitol Hill on January 6.