Trump's first visit to a golf course since becoming President was on February 4 at the Trump International Golf Club in Florida. Trump then left about an hour after he arrived.
Meanwhile, several photos circulated on social media showing the president wearing his normal golf attire. If he were to continue at this pace, Trump would play golf approximately 300 times in his four-year term.
However, it's no secret that Trump might have also used the time to play golf. In reality, the Commander-in-Chief played a full 18-hole round.
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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. Now that he has, those statements appear inaccurate so far into his presidency, making Trump look like a hypocrite.
At The New York Times, Eric Lipton and Noah Weiland have a more substantive critique of Trump's frequent visits to Trump-branded properties, including at least a second presidential meal at his hotel in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night - the only restaurant he's eaten at in D.C. while president. The job of President is an extremely hard one, uniquely known by only four living ex-Presidents and by 44 other people in history.
The move comes after it was revealed that Ivanka Trump, daughter of the president and wife of Kushner, would be given a West Wing office and security clearance, despite not holding an official government role. He's allowed to play.