Trump Intentional Golf Club sign vandalized with red paint

The entrance to Trump International Golf Club in Florida was splattered with red paint on Saturday night in an act of apparent vandalism.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident, but it is unclear if President Donald Trump was at the course when the incident occurred.

The red liquid appeared to be thrown aimlessly across the sign and the perpetrators left the can of paint on the ground near the site, ABC News reported.

The Tampa Bay Times reported that the president was on the premises of his golf club on Friday and Saturday.

Additionally, the Palm Beach Post noted that FOX News host Sean Hannity and PGA golfer Dustin Johnson joined the president at the property on the day the vandalism occurred.

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Trump has spent 109 days on his own properties during his first year in office, ABC News reported. His Mar-a-Lago estate is a short drive from the International Golf Club.

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