The amount of money American taxpayers have paid to support President Donald Trump's golf habit highlights a disconnect between his gibes against President Barack Obama for "playing golf all day," and Trump's own conduct while president.
Trump and Woods have played golf together in Florida.
Kellyanne Conway's husband endorses a new, very unflattering book about the president and his golf game.
Trump had become so infamous among caddies for kicking the ball back onto the course following a skewed shot that he was given the nickname "Pele."
An excerpt of a book from sportswriter Rick Reilly detailed a humorous, and perhaps telling, moment on the course involving President Trump.
“Quite the parallel between members of the decadent golf set cheating to get their kids into college and a decadent golf setter cheating to get his daughter and son-in-law clearances..." tweeted Walter Shaub, former director of the Office of Government Ethics.“Except for the national security risks," the former ethics chief said.
Knock on a door long enough and eventually a man opens it and says, “What do you want?”
“It’s a different world,” Senator John Thune said.
Trump’s predecessors before him celebrated the holiday a little differently. The Obamas often volunteered at food banks or pantries to distribute food while George W. Bush and Bill Clinton made visits to troops overseas.
Trump, who disliked and often insulted the Arizona senator for criticizing him, was not invited to attend McCain’s funeral.
Trump has spent 193 days at Trump-owned properties, which equates to 33 percent of his presidency.
"You could only impeach him for political reasons and the American people would revolt against that," Giuliani claimed of Trump.
The one-on-one event will take place at the Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas.
Golf's oldest major begins on Thursday in Scotland.
Trump has said his hand size is normal, but a measurement suggests otherwise.
It's not going to be a warm welcome.
Watchdog ethics groups question why government agencies are now spending more at Trump hotels and properties than in the past.
Newsweek looked at several properties bearing the Trump name to see what it might cost to get married there.