President Donald Trump says he would like a “beach dinner” at the presidential residence in Washington D.C., according to a leaked White House memo obtained by CNN.
“I would like the president to invite people to the White Houses beach house, if he can, and we can have a BBQ,” Trump wrote in a January 14, 2018 memo.
“It would be fun to do that,” Trump added.
The memo, obtained by the outlet from the National Archives, shows that Trump was talking about a possible summertime dinner at the residence, which has been used as a summer home for presidents and their families since 1976.
Trump’s “beast” comment comes as a result of a feud between Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner over the future of the presidency.
The White House has repeatedly said that Trump will leave office in 2021, but he has refused to say whether he will stay in office beyond that date.
In March, Trump announced that he was planning to run for a third term as president, and a week later, he formally announced his candidacy for the White Senate.
In that announcement, Trump called for a temporary ban on refugees from six Muslim-majority countries.
The document was written by Kushner, who serves as the president’s senior adviser, and other advisers and is considered an unofficial advisor to the president.
The email was dated January 15, 2018.
The New York Times reported that Kushner’s memo is not the first time he has sought to create an alternative for Trump to run in 2020.
In 2016, Trump asked then-Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run, but Warren said she would not run for president, according to the newspaper.
In 2017, the Times reported, Trump suggested that Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, run for the Senate in 2020 to replace Trump.
In an interview with Fox News, Trump said that he would “love” to have the president “run a different campaign” and said that “we would get along.”
“I think he’s going to be fine.
He’s got a lot of friends.
I think we would get on with it,” Trump said.
Trump has previously said he plans to stay in the White house.