Palm Beach is one of the oldest and most popular destinations in the U.S. and has been called the “American Dream” by President Donald Trump.

Its population has grown by 40 percent since 1980 and is expected to reach 10 million people by 2030, making it one of America’s fastest-growing major cities.

Its hotels and restaurants are also among the most popular.

But as the city’s population continues to grow and tourism numbers rise, Palm Beach, a city of about 1.4 million, has been labeled as a “no-go zone” by the Trump administration.

The Trump administration has banned any new construction in the area.

Palm Beach Mayor Jerry Patterson says he is concerned that the city could lose its tourism appeal as the area’s economy continues to struggle.

“We’re not going to be able to compete in the future,” Patterson told Fox News.

“We’ve been losing a lot of jobs.

We’ve been going through a recession.

Patterson said that if the Trump Administration’s plan goes through, Palm Bays economy could suffer. “

And we need to continue to keep Palm Beach in the forefront of our city.”

Patterson said that if the Trump Administration’s plan goes through, Palm Bays economy could suffer.

“If they take Palm Bals off the map, I think we’ll be out of business,” Patterson said.

The Palm Beach County Office of Tourism and Economic Development, which has been in charge of managing the city since 2013, has said that the county is not interested in allowing new hotel or convention centers in the county.

However, the county’s Office of Economic Development has already issued an emergency order for the county to remove Palm Bags from its list of designated tourist destinations.

“It is clear that the Trump Administrations decision to designate Palm Beach as a no-go area and prohibit all future hotel and convention centers is not in the best interests of the county or the tourism industry,” the office said in a statement to Fox News, noting that the counties tourism economy depends on tourism.

The city of Palm Beach also is one the most expensive to get to in the United States.

The average hotel room is about $400 and the average dinner in the city costs about $50.

The hotel industry is particularly sensitive to the Trump travel ban.

Trump’s first executive order, issued in January, banned entry to the U, U.K., Germany, Japan and Iran, which includes a number of Gulf nations, and temporarily suspended all refugee resettlement.

The State Department has said the travel ban will have a negative impact on the U-Visas program, which allows people from certain countries to enter the U and U.W. for humanitarian purposes.

The ban is set to be lifted on June 6.

Palm Bongs and palm trees in Palm Beach are often the scene of protests against the travel bans.

A protest in the South Bay took place this week, where thousands of protesters blocked traffic on Interstate 4 and threw trash and rocks at police.

Police were deployed to keep people from throwing rocks and bottles at officers, the San Jose Mercury News reported.

Trump has also threatened to withdraw federal funding from cities that refuse to enforce the travel restrictions.

He has also said that he will not allow refugees to enter into the country for six months and he will temporarily bar refugees from entering the country until the courts can figure out what to do about them.

Palm beach has also been one of several cities that has faced criticism from the ACLU of the Trump presidency.

The ACLU said the Trump order violates the First Amendment and federal law.

“President Trump has the power to revoke federal funding, but the President is also free to make exceptions for states and local governments,” said Jennifer Baker, the ACLU’s executive director of legal and legislative affairs.

“In this case, the Trump orders are an abuse of power and a blatant attack on our core values as Americans.

The President has the right to make a decision about whether to continue funding the ACLU or not, and he has the ability to make those decisions based on what he deems the public interest, not on what the ACLU believes.”

Palm Beach City Councilwoman Kristin Nelson said she is concerned about the effect the travel order will have on the city.

“I think it will hurt tourism in Palm Bels,” Nelson said.

“When you’re a city that has a population of 5 million and you’re only a few hundred feet away from an airport, that airport becomes a real destination for people to come.”

The City Council also voted to bar all new development within the city limits, barring hotel projects, condos and office space.

The City Attorney said he will enforce that ban.