Due to all of the unfolding drams between Iran and the United States, security surrounding President Trump has increased significantly. I'd venture to say that the security for him is going to be extremely high for the rest of his life, that is unless Iran does something entirely stupid and starts a war and gets obliterated.

Even this week, the Secret Service had to increase the security at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. They added additional checkpoints to check vehicles for explosives.

If you go visit the resort you most certainly will find yourself going through the checkpoints, and I mean you'll go through all of them.

According to Daily Mail,

The Secret Service has substantially toughened security at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort after three potentially harmful intrusions and now as Iran has put out an $80million hit on the president.

No longer can anyone wander onto the Palm Beach property under false pretenses, as happened last March with Yujing Zhang from China.

Depending on where members and guests are headed on the property, they now may have to pass through as many as four Secret Service security checkpoints.

Their identities are checked based on their driver's licenses, and their vehicles are examined for explosives under the hood and in the trunk. They must pass through metal detectors or be wanded for weapons or explosives at several more check points.

The added security should make it impossible for intruders to sneak in again, avoiding repeat incidents by trespassers Mark Lindblom, a college freshman who wandered around the resort for 20 minutes during Trump's 2018 Thanksgiving visit and Chinese national Jing Lu, who entered the grounds last month to try to take photos without being immediately apprehended by Secret Service agents.

But not to worry because President Trump is taking care of the situation and has deescalated the threat even though the left was positive he was going to start a war.

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