President Trump for the birdie. He’s a keen golfer, a very keen golfer.
And his first 308 days in office, president Donald Trump has been on the course almost a quarter of that time.
In fact, in his first 100 days he’s played more than any modern president.
He’s played with prime ministers and politicians.
The Donald Trump thought if he won the White House, he would have to give it all up.
Because I’m gonna be working for you. I’m not gonna have time to go play golf .
Donald Trump isn’t the first president having a love affair with golf.
William Howard Taft was the first to openly play the game.
Dwight Eisenhower loved it so much.
He did the tree and the cabin named after him at Augusta National - the home of the Masters competition.
George W Bush’s exploits made it into a documentary.
I call upon all nations to do everything they can to stop these terrorist killers. Thank you!
Now watch this drive.
Award of how bad that looked, when the second gulf war started, he stopped playing.
Clinton golfed as did obama, which takes us back to where we started - with Trump’s tweets and criticisms.
Obama, it was reported today, played 250 rounds of golf, he played more golf last year than Tiger Woods. Now think of it.
His staff really acknowledged when he hits the course insisting no matter where he is. The president is always working.
When with Tiger Woods, I don’t call that work.
And one of the things that is I think reflective of his, if you were to call aloofness from office,
is the fact that there are numerous high-level positions in every single department of the executive branch.
They’re go unfilled. Because he’s just lazy, hasn’t even made nominations.
Critics see after all the promises he made after all the speeches and all the tweets.
It’s surprising this president has spent as much time in the clubhouse as the White House.