President Trump might be returning to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., for Thanksgiving.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a “VIP Movement Notification” for pilots spanning Nov. 21 to Nov. 26, the Palm Beach Post reported Tuesday. Thanksgiving falls on Nov. 23.
No officials public statements have been made yet about Trump's holiday plans. He returned to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday following a 13-day tour through Asia.
Trump has not stayed at Mar-a-Lago, which he dubbed the "Winter White House," since April. The club only recently re-opened for the Winter season. Trump spent seven weekends at the South Florida property earlier this year, totaling 25 days, according to an NBC News tracker.
Trump has visited several of his other properties around the country since becoming president, including his resorts in New Jersey and Virginia and his hotel in Hawaii. He also sometimes dines at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
A group of House Democrats sued the Trump administration this month for records on the D.C. hotel over concerns of a possible conflict of interest. Senate Democrats have sought a ban on officials working for the executive branch using taxpayer-funded travel expenses to stay or eat at any property owned by Trump and other top administration officials.
Trump has placed his business assets, including his hotels, into a trust that his sons oversee. However, he has not divested from them. Trump was sued over the summer for allegedly violating the foreign emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution.