A spate of social media posts expressing hope that Hurricane Irma trashes President Trump's Palm Beach, Fla., resort is producing a backlash of disgust and criticism.
Mar-a-Lago, Trump's splendid winter home, has weathered its share of storms.
The effects of Irma could prove to be costly for Trump since he owns several properties in South Florida, including Mar-a-Lago and the Trump National Doral golf course.
Trump has returned repeatedly to the private club - which he bought in 1985 - to relax and conduct state business since becoming president. "I was there for all of [the hurricanes]".
Then there are those who hope Irma misses Mar-a-Lago completely, but just because they want Tropical Storm Jose - a more Hispanic-sounding name than "Irma" - to take aim at the estate.
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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he will ask the Republican-controlled Congress to further speed up its efforts to overhaul the U.S. tax code, citing the potential impact of Hurricane Irma as a reason to hasten reforms.
Afterwards, Hurricane Irma continued on a path that saw it inflict varying amounts of damage on Puerto Rico, the Domincan Republic, Haiti, and Turks and Caicos, among others.
St. Martin was among the many small islands where Hurricane Irma first made landfall.
On St. Martin, where the aforementioned Trump property resides, even the strongest structures were made vulnerable by Irma's powerful winds.
Mr Trump said he received a $17m insurance payment in 2005 for damage at his Mar-a-Lago resort caused by Hurricane Wilma, but digging by the Associated Press found "little evidence" of large-scale damage to the property.