In rare admission, Trump golfs (quickly) with Woods, Johnson

Aaron Brown
November 28, 2017

President Donald Trump hit the links again over the holiday weekend, marking his 81st time at a golf club during a presidency that's just a touch over 10 months old, according to CNN.

By comparison, Obama played 333 rounds of golf during his eight years in office and at this point in the first year of his term had played 26 rounds, according to Mark Knoller of CBS News, who keeps detailed statistics of presidencies.

Trump regularly spends his weekends at a golf course, but the White House typically declines to confirm that the Republican president is, in fact, golfing. On Friday, he played with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson, and on Saturday with Jack Nicklaus.

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Be that is it may, it is on record that President Trump has already visited his golf courses 80 times. This is already more than the amount of time, ex-president, George W. Bush spent in his eight years in office. Mr.

Knoller told CNN that Bush played only 24 rounds of golf as President and stopped playing golf after October 13, 2003, after he was criticized for golfing while the nation was at war. Since taking office, the president of the continental United States is on track to triple former president Barack "We Miss You, Shawty" Obama's first year in office. "Billions" depicts Trump working on a tweet from a golf cart.

The post followed Donald Trump's claim that "Time Magazine called to say I was PROBABLY going to be named 'Man (Person) of the Year, ' like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot".

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