President Trump tweeted out that his hurricane crew is already in Florida, bracing for Irma.
But he’s also aware that some of his own properties could be at risk of being slammed by the storm.
The Washington Post says that the President’s own Chateau des Palmiers on Saint Martin took a direct hit on Wednesday.
The home is currently up for sale for just under 17 million dollars.
Trump’s so-called “Winter White House”, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, where he spent much of his time in the early days of his presidency, could also be in danger of getting hit as Irma makes its way North to Florida.
And Mashable reports that his National Doral golf resort in Miami is also bracing for impact.
The club tweeted Wednesday that it was "monitoring Hurricane Irma" but "all resort operations are as normal until further notice." And if the storm continues in its current direction, Trump’s properties in Charlotte, North Carolina may also be affected.
So while the entire state of Florida gets ready for Irma, it seems that President Trump has as much to lose as everyone else.