Trump spent a good chunk of the weekend golfing at Trump National Golf Club, watching golf, thinking about golf - you know the drill.
CBS correspondent Mark Knoller, who has kept records of presidential daily activities for several administrations, noted on Monday that the White House rarely confirms whether Trump is playing golf or not.
The White House wouldn't say Saturday whether Trump played golf during his almost 4½-hour visit. On Saturday, reporters traveling with him said that he arrived at the club at 11:01 a.m. and left at 3:20 p.m., pulling up to the White House about 40 minutes later.
Social media users were quick to point out that the President travelled twice to a golf resort in Virigina over the weekend.
However, it's no secret that Trump might have also used the time to play golf.
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Bush administration. "So this is a promise (Trump) is keeping to the American people to say that we can put people back to work". They didn't have to take steps until 2030.
On late Sunday morning, Trump headed back to the club where the White House said the he took three meetings.
The President wrote multiple tweets accusing Barack Obama of slacking off work to play golf. If he were to continue at this pace, Trump would play golf approximately 300 times in his four-year term.
Much has been made of how Trump spends his weekends - specifically his trips to Mar-A-Lago, Florida, and the business meetings he holds there.
Trump has so far spent five of the 10 weekends since his inauguration at Mar-a-Lago, at an estimated cost to USA taxpayers of $3 million per visit.