The Trump is back on the Trump National Jupiter Golf Club & Spa sign in Jupiter.
There’s still no word on whether the five letters were taken down on purpose or stolen last month from both sides of the 4-foot sign at the entrance to the private golf club on the north side of Donald Ross Road, east of Alternate A1A.
The club is the site of the March 8 incident that resulted in the arrest of Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s campaign manager.
Lewandowski, 44, turned himself in to Jupiter police Tuesday morning and was given a notice to appear on a misdemeanor battery charge in connection with the incident involving a reporter at the golf club.
Michelle Fields, then with the online Breitbart News Service, alleges that Lewandowski grabbed her causing bruising.
Lewandowski has denied wrongdoing. The Trump campaign said he will plead not guilty.
Jupiter police found probable cause to charge Lewandowski with misdemeanor battery after obtaining surveillance footage which corroborated Fields’ claim, according to Lewandowski’s arrest report.
Trump and Lewandowski have denied the charges.
Trump, a part-time Palm Beacher with his historic Mar-a-Lago Club, has made about $10 million in improvements to the golf course, spa, ballroom and locker room at the 285-acre Trump National. The club includes the 7,500-yard golf course and cluster of multi-million-dollar homes.