Trump returns to Palm Beach golf club on Sunday

Trump returns to Palm Beach golf club on Sunday

Trump returns to Palm Beach golf club on Sunday

It is unclear, however, whether the president golfs each day he visits a course.

President Donald Trump left Palm Beach International Airport Sunday after spending his first Thanksgiving in Palm Beach since the inauguration.

Jack Nicklaus and Donald Trump chat during the unveiling of the Jack Nicklaus Villa at Trump Doral at Trump National Doral in 2015.

Trump has played golf with several golf legends over the past few days.

If he keeps golfing at his current rate, Trump will have played at a rate more than two and a half times that of Obama, and roughly 11 times that of Bush during their respective first years. White House aides rarely confirm that the President is golfing, but Trump did so himself on Friday, announcing that he was playing with golfing stars Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson.

As reported by CBS, Mr Obama played a total of 333 rounds in eight years. This is already more than the amount of time, ex-president, George W. Bush spent in his eight years in office. Mr.

Mr Bush only played 24 rounds in eight years as he stopped playing in 2003, in response to criticism about his leisure time during the Iraq War.

The White House said next week President Trump plans to discuss ended of year legislative issues with congressional leaders in D.C.

And while Barack Obama was POTUS, Trump regularly criticized Obama for golfing, arguing that the then-president was hitting the links too often. Trump's golf outings are notable only because he repeatedly mocked Obama for the time he spent on the golf course and said he wouldn't have time if he were elected president.

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