Trump's two trips to the Trump National Golf Course weren't his only visits to Trump-branded properties over the weekend.
Trump traveled back and forth from the Trump National Golf Club (where staffers snapped pictures of him on the golf course) and the White House on Saturday and ended the day out for dinner at his D.C. hotel after what The Hill deemed was an entire day at the course. Images on social showed Trump in golf clothes and in a golf cart.
It was not immediately clear whether Trump was actually playing golf.
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If indeed Trump played golf again on Sunday, it would mark his 13th golfing expedition in the 66 days of his presidency, an average of one golf trip for every five days of his term.
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. Pool reporters were told that Trump was at the club for "meetings", though as of Saturday afternoon they had been given no information about the nature of said meetings or who was involved. If he were to continue at this pace, Trump would play golf approximately 300 times in his four-year term. He hasn't had to say goodbye to his golf courses at all.
Trump, did, in fact, hold a brief meeting with members of his Cabinet and senior staff earlier this month and met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago in Florida during his February visit to the U.S.