South Florida Weekend Events 9-22-17

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Trump to meet Pence at Mar-a-Lago this weekend

During his fifth weekend trip to Palm Beach, President Donald Trump was refusing to back down from his explosive claim that Barack Obama wiretapped his phones, and sidestepped any blame for the White House decision to highlight an unverified report that Britain helped carry out the alleged surveillance.

Palm Beach drivers will not be dealing with traffic delays, as Trump will not be playing golf on Saturday morning. He is expected to receive his daily briefing at 4 p.m., and will speaking to Brazilian President Michel Temer later in the day. Vice President Mike Pence will be arriving Saturday afternoon. 

In brushing off the diplomatic row with perhaps America's closest ally, Trump also revived another: the Obama administration&039;s monitoring of German Chancellor Angela Merkel&039;s calls.

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Trump arrives for another weekend in Palm Beach

President Donald Trump defiantly refused to back down Friday from his explosive claim that Barack Obama wiretapped his phones, and sidestepped any blame for the White House decision to highlight an unverified report that Britain helped carry out the alleged surveillance.

In brushing off the diplomatic row with perhaps America's closest ally, Trump also revived another: the Obama administration&039;s monitoring of German Chancellor Angela Merkel&039;s calls.

"At least we have something in common, perhaps," Trump quipped during a joint news conference with Merkel.

Merkel, who was making her first visit to the White House since Trump took office, looked surprised by the president&039;s comment, which he appeared primed to deliver. The Obama administration&039;s spying infuriated Germany at the time and risked damaging the U.S. relationship with one of its most important European partners.

Trump&039;s unproven recent allegation…

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