Since taking office on January 20, 2017, Trump has been reported on the basis of his golf courses or golfing elsewhere 159 times since becoming President, and that was on the 7th. October 2018.
President Donald Trump, through his Trump organization, owns or operates 17 golf courses or various properties around the world, including 12 golf courses in the United States, two in Dubai (one open, 2018) , one in Ireland and two in Scotland, as well as courses planned in Indonesia.
Two of these golf courses in the United States are close to his Mar-a-Lago private club in West Palm Beach, Fla., And that’s where Trump plays his large numbers of golf as president. in winter. He spent a lot of time at his golf club in Sterling, Va., About 20 miles from the White House. He also enjoyed staying at his Summer White House at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
The cost of Trump’s round of golf for US taxpayers varies with the round and of course, but it has totaled so far in the tens of millions of dollars.
Before that, he had the opportunity to visit his golf clubs more than 650 times during an eight-year presidential term. However, his speed on August 6, 2018 shows that Trump will spend up to 745 days in his presidency at a golf course if he wins a second term and both are completed.
Trump spent nearly 25 percent of his time at the office at one of his golf properties for some part of the day. There were days when Trump visited one of his golf clubs and did not play golf. He visited the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia for 40 minutes, and made a three-day visit to the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, to watch the 2017 show of the side.
American women, took place at the club. Trump spent 17 days working at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, in August, which meant all those days were counted as golf days, though he did not necessarily. Have to play golf all day.
Trump played golf with friends, celebrities (including golfers Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Daniel Berger, Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau and Ernie Els) and for political purposes. and diplomacy.
He played with Senator Kentucky Rand Paul, who was rival of Trump’s health care reform plan, and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who became a tax ally. In addition he also played with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in February and November 2017, as well as April 2018. Other famous guys he played with is legendary Peyton Manning and Senator Tennessee Bob Corker. He seems to struggle with basic ritual at times, as Donald Trump has driven a golf cart on a green.
We do not know if Trump was playing golf every time he came out with one of his clubs. That’s because the Trump administration has come out of his way to the White House press pool bar from President Trump as he goes to his golf club. That means that Trump can play golf, or he can hit the golf ball on the field, or he can round his thumb. We do not know, and the Trump administration will not say.
One example is when Trump played golf with Rory McIlroy before returning to the PGA Tour. The Trump officials asked McIlroy if he would play at the last minute on Saturday night for a tee Sunday. McIlroy has opted for the presidency on the proposal, but the White House not only revealed that Trump is playing golf with McIlroy. They do not admit that Trump has played more of an earlier mentioned intention of several holes. The team played the full 18. Until McIlroy talked about the round to No Laying Up, the Trump administration had to revise the record.
The frequency with which Trump played golf is not really a problem – just as it was not for former President Barack Obama. Presidency is an extremely difficult job, and office owners are certainly entitled to some hours per week to reduce the load. However, Trump is particularly important about how many rounds of President Barack Obama play in the office, and so he now looks a bit hypocritical in flashback.