President Trump Hits the Golf Course For the 13th Time

Posted March 28, 2017

He was photographed watching golf with unidentified men before heading back to the White House.

Prior to that, Trump played golf with Rory McIlroy, who shared the details of the round with No Laying Up, when the administration said Trump was playing just a few holes.

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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer recently defended the president's golf outings by saying he takes meetings and calls at the club.

Late Sunday afternoon, Fox News's Twitter issued a "news alert" informing the public that President Donald Trump was "spending the weekend working at the White House". He visited the golf club on both Saturday and Sunday, according to The Washington Post. But media reports and photographs compiled by the political site Think Progress confirmed that Trump golfed on Saturday and then likely again on Sunday at the Trump-branded course about 30 miles from the White House. The White House reported that the president was there to hold three meetings at the clubhouse.

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During Trump's campaign speech in Virginia last August he said he wouldn't have "time to go play golf".

The President wrote multiple tweets accusing Barack Obama of slacking off work to play golf.

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Golfweek notes that Trump-who repeatedly criticized then-President Obama for golfing and said that he would be too busy to golf when president-has now visited golf courses 13 times since January 20. He hasn't had to say goodbye to his golf courses at all. Trump was said the prior weekend to be having weekend meetings at his Mar-a-Lago Club, which he did. See photos of Melania Trump arriving at the event and posing with Florida Governor Rick Scott at this link, and at this link.