Trump's private club Mar-a-Lago that he has spent his presidency promoting has become a sort of ground zero for political figures being exposed to coronavirus.
Trump ranting about hoaxes while at his private club in Florida could serve as a preview for his life as of January 2021.
We know that the Philippines, Kuwait, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia are among the foreign governments booking large blocks of rooms at the Trump International Hotel with the hopes and intents of currying favor with the President. And we know that foreign lobbyists, particularly from Saudi Arabia, are doing the same.
The best chance of shifting America’s popular mind might be to focus on these campaign promises, keeping the conversation on what Trump has done. Has he worked for the American people? Or is he working for Trump and lining his own pockets?
The FBI is examining whether a Chinese woman who bluffed her way into President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort last weekend had any links to Chinese intelligence or political influence operations, two U.S. government sources said on Thursday.
An exiled former friend of Vladimir Putin, wanted back in his home country of Russia for tax fraud, has been partying with other guests at Donald Trump’s exclusive Mar-A-Lago resort in South Florida the Miami Herald reports this morning.
President Donald Trump said in an interview with the Associated Press that he has not been able to visit U.S. soldiers overseas as president because he has been “very busy.”
However, the website Trump Golf Count says it has evidence that the president has golfed at least 68 times since his inauguration in January of 2017. The site, which keeps track of all of Trump’s travels, said that during his presidency Trump has spent 72 days at his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, and 58 days at his Bedminster Country Club in New Jersey.
Trump called the White House a dump, and African countries "shitholes," but it was his private club Mar-a-Lago that was cited for code violations that pose a serious threat to public health and safety.
Trump has spent one-third of his short presidency at one of his ritzy country clubs and more than a quarter of his time on a golf course.
Celebrants of the recent tax bill have claimed, echoing Trump’s top economic advisors, that the massive corporate tax cut will indeed trickle down or, to mix metaphors, serve as the proverbial rising tide that will lift all boats.
If you're keeping score at home, Trump has spent more than a quarter of his presidency on a golf course and a third at one of his ritzy properties.
Using taxpayer dollars to live the high life appears to be commonplace for those working in the Trump administration.
It appears the Trump himself has given up pretending to care about American workers – even during "Made in America Week."
Not only is Trump still ignorant about the world he leads, but it now appears he's turning foreign policy into a form of entertainment for his rich friends.
Donald Trump has officially committed an impeachable offense by using taxpayer resources to promote his private Florida club.
"I do wish he would spend more time in Washington, D.C. That's what we have the White House for," says Jon Ernst
"Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf" Trump asked in 2014
"We can't see #Trump's taxes. We can't know who's visiting him. What would the GOP do if this were #Clinton? We know"
Ignoring questions from the background about what he plans to do about Syria, Trump instead thought it was an appropriate time for wisecracks.
"It’s simple: the American people have a right to know who has access to the president and who has leverage over this administration.”