Donald Trump said Friday that “no cameras” will be allowed at his hotel at Trump National Golf Club in Doral, Florida, and he did not provide a reason.
Trump has been criticized for not having cameras at the club’s other properties, but the presumptive Republican nominee made it clear Friday that he would not have cameras there at his own property.
“I will not have a camera,” Trump said during an interview with CBS.
“We have cameras all over the place, and they’re just there to capture it and I won’t have any cameras.
We’re not allowed to have cameras.”
Trump also said that the Trump Organization has not found any other hotel or hotel security cameras that could provide a better view.
Trump said that he is planning to have “a few cameras” in the room where he will be staying when he and the president and First Lady Melania Trump attend a Cabinet meeting.
The Secret Service said in a statement that it has not yet determined what type of security cameras the Trump family will use.
“The Secret Service is conducting a detailed review of the security situation at the Trump National Doral Golf Club and will share any information that may assist with that review,” the agency said.
The Doral resort, which has hosted Trump since its inception in 1998, is a golf resort owned by the Trump Family International.