An Expensive Golf Simulator Was Installed in Trump's White House Quarters

Jose Verdugo
Febrero 13, 2019

According to a new report from The Washington Post, President Trump paid out of his own pocket to replace the golf simulator that President Obama installed at the White House with a more "sophisticated" system, in the Post's words. While a White House official told the Post that Trump doesn't use the simulator during his executive time, the President spends the majority of his morning in his personal residence.

Trump, who owns more than a dozen golf courses in the United States and overseas, has made a general practice of seasonally traveling most weekends to his Bedminster club in New Jersey or his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida, often golfing while there.

While the simulator would allow Trump to play virtual rounds at courses all over the world, the source added that he hadn't used it since it was put in.

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The Post report reveals Trump groused about not being able to go to his Florida golf course during the weeks-long government shutdown.

After the shutdown, the President golfed at his Florida club earlier this month with Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.

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