Former Obama Photographer Trolls Trump's Time Magazine Obsession

Posted November 28, 2017

Because Trump is lying sack of laziness, wrapped in a lie, that is trapped in a mistruth, that is strapped to golf club, he spent Saturday at his Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, which makes this his 81 day playing golf and his fourth day at a club, CNN reports.

For comparison's sake, at this point in his presidency, Obama had played 26 rounds of golf, according to CBS News' Mark Knoller. A law enforcement source said Trump played with golf legend Jack Nicklaus, a longtime supporter of the President. White House aides rarely confirm that the President is golfing, but Trump did so himself on Friday, announcing that he was playing with golfing stars Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson.

Last month, it rumored that Trump golfed every weekend in the month of October. At this time of his presidency, George W. Bush had played golf seven times, according to CNN.

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If he keeps golfing at his current rate, Trump will have played at a rate more than two and a half times that of Obama, and roughly 11 times that of Bush during their respective first years. Since taking office, the president of the continental United States is on track to triple former president Barack "We Miss You, Shawty" Obama's first year in office. Bush, meanwhile, played only 24 rounds of golf while he was president.

But Trump - who regularly excoriated Obama on Twitter for the amount of time he spent golfing - has taken a different tack, most often declining to say who he is spending time with on the greens.

Mark Knoller of CBS News who keeps detailed statistics of presidencies also confirmed that Trump's first year in office, playing golf had surpassed every USA president, living or dead.

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