Per pool, Trump has arrived at Trump International Golf Club.
This is his 111th day at a Trump property, 85th day at a golf club as president. https://t.co/4ywA2Sm8iX
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 26, 2017
WSJ analysis found President Trump spent nearly a third of his 1st year at one of his company’s properties https://t.co/X2Gtx1Bd0O
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) December 26, 2017
A third of his first year as president has been spent on the premises of his private business. https://t.co/z78eTTXmtQ
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) December 26, 2017
Stop calling Mar-a-Lago the “Winter White House.” (You too, @CNN ).
That is a deceptive Trump branding effort. Mar-a-Lago is a for-profit business owned and promoted by Trump. It is not govt-owned and it is primarily a vacation resort, whose dues T doubled when he took office
— Frida Ghitis (@FridaGhitis) December 26, 2017
Once Trump has been removed from office, I vote we charge the RNC back for every bloody penny.
Mr. Charles P. Pierce takes the long view:
… All of this, and so much more of which we are probably unaware, is nakedly, blatantly unconstitutional. It’s not even a close call. When the president* turned the presidential coin into an advertisement for himself, it was only the most literal example of his coining the presidency into gold. And Judge George Daniels has dumped it right in Paul Ryan’s lap. He has challenged Ryan’s patriotism to Ryan’s face. And Ryan has shirked his constitutional duty to his country in this as he has shirked it in so many other areas. He also has dumped it in the country’s lap as well. If you don’t want to be represented by people who don’t give a damn about the Constitution, his decision says, vote them out of office—or else join them in sad complicity.
Sidebar: Note the Democrats consistently take less time off than the Repubs…
Now let’s see a chart of how much the Presidents personally profited off their vacations. pic.twitter.com/0lN3awA863
— Schooley (@Rschooley) December 27, 2017