"Damn, you're cold," tweeted one follower.
The move is partly motivated by criticism that Trump is profiting off the hotel in violation of ethics laws and the Constitution.
The White House planned to solicit private donations to pay Trump’s Doral resort because government funds are prohibited. But he's taken those funds all along.
The Trump administration agency that oversees federal buildings has until Wednesday to produce the necessary paperwork.
The president blamed Democrats and the media after he canceled his plans to host the G-7 summit at his personal property.
The acting chief of staff defended the president wanting to host the G-7 summit at his private Florida estate despite ethics concerns.
President Donald Trump doesn’t seem to care about likely violating the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause.
The hotel occupies a federally owned building and has become a hot spot for lobbyists, foreign governments and others to put money in the president's pocket.
A federal appeals court will rehear the lawsuit from Maryland and D.C. after it previously tossed claims the president is illegally profiting from the hotel.
It remains unclear whether the military exceeded its own limits on lodging expenses to put service members up in the president's hotel.