County Asked To Shutter “Superspreader” Mar-A-Lago

West Palm Beach’s NBC News affiliate reports:

A state representative from West Palm Beach is asking for the Palm Beach County government to shut down Mar-a-Lago following a New Year’s Eve party at President Trump’s private club. Pictures and video surfaced of dozens of maskless party-goers attending the event while they celebrated the new year.

State Rep. Omari Hardy, D-West Palm Beach, sent a letter Friday to Assistant County Administrator Todd Bonlarron asking that Mar-a-Lago be fined and closed for violating the county’s mask mandate.

“Mar-a-Lago is a club. A club is a business. Businesses must abide by Palm Beach County’s mask order, or be fined or even shut down,” Hardy tweeted Friday.