PALM BEACH, Fla. -- NBC News reports health inspectors found several violations at a restaurant in President Trump's Mar-a-Largo resort just days before Japan's prime minister visited.

The January 26 inspection found three high priority violations, all of them involving the storage of meat and fish.

According to the health inspector's report, shrimp, burgers, turkey, octopus, duck, beef, and ham were not kept at acceptable temperatures. The inspector also noted that fish served raw or undercooked has not undergone proper parasite destruction.

The report indicates corrective action was taken on all violations.

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