When Trump and Japan PM Shinzo Abe Abe met at Mar-a-Lago, their first meeting was a brief one on the couch in Mar-a-Lago’s central living room. The two men shook hands for the press, and made brief remarks about what they hoped the summit would achieve. There was no food served. No private room to rent. Seemingly, nothing to charge for. But Mar-a-Lago still sent the government a bill. “Bilateral meeting,” the bill said. “Water.” The price was $3 each, including service charge.