President Donald Trump promised that he wouldn't take vacations once he moved into the White House but it appears that he's already failing to make good on that promise. During his campaign, he told The Hill that he would "not be the type of president" to take time off to go on vacation and after he won the election, he made it clear that he wasn't "big on vacations" during an interview on CBS' 60 Minutes.

Friday will mark four weeks since President Trump moved into the White House and he's already planning his third getaway to his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, the swanky club that he calls the "Winter White House." Just days after he spent time mingling with members and golfing with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, he'll be climbing aboard Air Force One for some more sun and fun during Presidents Day weekend.

Trump's weekend vacations are not only costing taxpayers some serious dough, his getaways are creating quite a buzz on Twitter.

Multi-million dollar getaways

Trump's weekend trips cost taxpayers big bucks and that's not all — according to ABC, the Palm Beach Sheriff's Department estimates that they spend $1.5 million in overtime costs when the POTUS is in town.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will once again have flight restrictions over the Palm Beach area from Friday, February 16 through Tuesday, February 21.

In addition to the sheriff's costs listed above, Politico reports that this weekend's four-day vacation will cost taxpayers roughly $3 million. Ouch.

According to AOL, Trump's President Day weekend getaway will be a mix of business and pleasure.

His wife Melania, who spends most of her days in New York City, is expected to be in Florida as well.

Side trip to Orlando

Trump is expected to arrive at Mar-a-Lago on Friday and head to Orlando on Saturday afternoon for a campaign rally at the Orlando airport.

Just when you thought his campaign rally days were over, Trump is at it again.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer has confirmed that the stop in Orlando is "a campaign event being run by the Trump campaign." Three weeks ago, Trump reportedly filed paperwork with the Federal Election Committee that indicates that he could be running for re-election in 2020.