>> Behind Japan.>> As he grappled with one of his first big tests as President, when North Korea fired a missile over the weekend, dinner guests looked on wide eyed as Trump's private Mar Lago club in Palm Beach Florida quickly transformed in to a public situation room. These Facebook pictures were posted by guest Richard DeAgazio, showing Trump huddling with a clutch of aides and visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe in the resort's restaurant.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Trump was briefed on North Korea in a classified room prior to dinner. Nevertheless, the episode feeding criticism that Trump has taken a seat of the pants approach to national security in the early days of his administration, says Reuter's correspondent Ginger Gibson.>> We see Democratic senators calling out for Republicans to condemn Trump for talking about this missile launch while in Mar-a-Lago.
Saying that the Administration should take these issues more seriously and pointing out that the club is full of people who pay $200,000 for membership, making it a very exclusive place, a very monied place to be having these national security discussions. This comes as Trump is also seeing a barrage of questions about his National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn.
Revelations that he spoke with a Russian official about sanctions against the country have sparked outrage since he said that that topic was not discussed at the time. Today, the White House said that Donald Trump is reviewing Flint's position, that's not a good sign on week four, we've already seen senior staff potentially lose their jobs.
>> Neither the incident at Mar-a-Lago or Flynn's status ever coming up at a news conference Trump held Monday with visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The impromptu strategy session at what Trump calls his Winter White House also raising questions about security at the Club, with only a shadow of the safeguards in place at the actual White House.
>> Does anybody know Bob Breft, I don't think so.