President Trump was back on the golf course Sunday, marking his 13th time hitting the links in the first nine weeks of his presidency. CBS News' White House correspondent Mark Knoller totaled Obama's time on the golf course as president at 333 rounds.
Nathaniel Meyersohn of CNN's investigations team reports that the Secret Service has already spent $16,000 on golf cart rentals for Trump's trips to Mar-a-Lago. the Washington Post estimates that Trump's trips to the club cost taxpayers over $3 million a pop.
This is the eighth weekend in a row President Trump has visited a property that bears his name.
Palace urges public to observe Earth Hour
Having been to last year's Earth Hour, Dubai kicks it up a notch by making it into an eco-friendly neon light display. So after the lights go back on think about what else you can do to make a difference.
Speculation swirled that the President was playing golf for the 12th time since he took office after multiple pictures surfaced on the Internet of the President wearing his red cap and golfing gear. The White House would not confirm whether the president had played a round of golf.
That said, Obama was and Trump is certainly entitled to play golf, even on a weekly basis.
Sears and Kmart might not have enough money to stock their shelves
The company is also considering selling some of its businesses, such as the Kenmore appliances and DieHard vehicle battery brands. Customers search for bargains at the soon to be closing Sears store in the NY borough of the Bronx.
The dinner followed Trump's visit to the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia earlier on Saturday. However, he spent a number of hours at Trump International Golf Club in Palm Beach, more than enough time to play some golf.
"That's the one thing about golf - you get to know somebody better on a golf course than you will over lunch", he said. White House staffers told press pool reporters that Trump had traveled to the golf club, which he purchased in 2009 for a reported $18 million price, for "meetings".
BJP's N Biren Singh wins Manipur test with voice vote
The BJP government in Manipur led by Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh won the floor test in the state Assembly on Monday. The Congress had emerged as the largest party in the state winning 28 seats, however the party fell short of majority.