A guard dog is set to observe the trump administration. It stated that it will be investigating the security costs connected to Donald Trump and his trips to Florida. The group is also considering whether the U.S. Treasury has been reimbursed for the trips to Mar-a-Lago since the president has profited from lodgings and visits to his hotels. A statement was sent on Monday to Representative Elijah Cummings. The Government Accountability Office will start to examine Trump’s travel expenses once Cummings and Senators Sheldon Whitehouse, Tom Udall and Elizabeth Warren ask for the engagement to be initiated.

Watchdog wants concrete data

The extent of the request will incorporate how arranged data is secured at the resort. It will also investigate what kind of safety precautions are implemented when screening people for access to Trump’s estate. They will review the policies set up within Trump’s administration that guarantee travel charges and costs to secure the president at Mar-a-Lago are sufficient to all parties involved.

The watchdog also plans to investigate if Trump is staying faithful to his commitment to take any of his hotel profits and exchange them with the U.S. Treasury. Trump’s attorney said back in January, “He is going to voluntarily donate all his profits from foreign government payments made to his hotel to the United States Treasury.

This way it is the American people who will profit.”

Democrats want answers

The guard dog request stems from Democrats addressing issues about the expenses and security accompanying Trump's excessive outings to Mar-a-Lago. The property is a private club he has possessed since 1985. He has traveled to his exclusive residence six times already since he took office 3 months ago.

Variations with each outing make it hard to calculate how much it really costs for Trump to travel to Florida. Be that as it may, a GAO report from 2016 surrounding a four-day trip President Barack Obama took to Florida in 2013 concluded that one trip alone cost the U.S. Coast Guard and Secret Service an estimated $3.6 million.