President Donald Trump is surrounded by Secret Service members in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sept. 30, 2016. Getty Images

The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency have come and gone, but Trump and his family show no signs of slowing their travel. And that extensive travel comes with a hefty price tag for the U.S. taxpayer.

Everywhere there is a Trump there is considerable security. Each of the first family’s many destinations requires the protection of police and Secret Service. Protecting Trump Tower, Mar-a-Lago, the first lady’s flights and family business trips each cost millions, according to a report released Monday by the Los Angeles Times. Not included in those millions are daily security expenses for protections at the White House or on official presidential trips.

Because first lady Melania Trump has remained in Trump Tower while her son Barron finishes school, the Fifth Avenue apartment building requires round the clock security. The protection of Trump Tower by the New York City Police Department, the New York City Fire Department and the Secret Service came to about $212,000 per day, or about $21 million for the first 100 days alone, according to the LA Times.

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Trump has spent seven weekends of his first 100 days at his luxurious Palm Beach estate, Mar-a-Lago. Air Force One flights to Palm Beach and back rang up to about $669,186, while Secret Service protection added another $300,000. Combined with local security, protection for weekends at Mar-a-Lago have cost about $8 million in the first 100 days.

President Donald Trump is surrounded by Secret Service members in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sept. 30, 2016. Getty Images

White House officials defended Trump’s continuous travel to Mar-a-Lago.

"He is not vacationing when he goes to Mar-a-Lago," White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grishman told the Washington Post in February. "The president works nonstop every day of the week, no matter where he is."

Melania Trump’s separate flights to Washington and Palm Beach rack up another $1.14 million. Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump’s trips cost an additional $1 million, while Secret Service protection for the Trump’s five children, along with their three spouses and eight grandchildren cost a considerable amount of cash, as well.

Trump has traveled far more than past presidents in his first 100 days. By the end of his 13th week in office, Trump spent 25 days at Mar-a-Lago. Past presidents spent significantly less time away from the White House in that same period. Former President Barack Obama spent four days away, while George W. Bush spent 14 days away and Bill Clinton did not leave during his first 13 weeks.

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Local officials have turned to the government for help with the excessive costs. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio requested $35 million from the federal government for increased police costs before Trump even became president. Palm Beach County officials planned to increase taxes if the federal government didn’t step up to help with the costs, CNN reported in March.

Trump himself, however, appears unbothered by the burdens that come with his travel. When White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked whether Trump was concerned over the pushback about his travel, Spicer responded, “No, he feels great.”

President Donald Trump waves to supporters in West Palm Beach, Florida, Apr. 13, 2017. Getty Images