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Donald Trump has spent the day Saturday at his golf club in West Palm Beach, realizing his 81st day in one of his golf clubs since he is the president. In his first year, Obama played 26 rounds of golf. However, Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump estimated that Trump played his 64th round of golf as president over the weekend.

NBC News is reporting that already with less than a year in office, Trump has spent visited the Trump National Bedminster 39 times, the Trump International West Palm, 17 times, the Trump Potomac Falls, 23 times and the Trump National Jupiter once. Nicklaus and Trump have always been mutually supportive.

The president was spotted playing a round of golf with 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus and Nicklaus's son Gerry, the Associated Press reported.

According to the Independent, Trump's 80 out of 310 days on the green is unprecedented in presidential history.

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If he keeps golfing at his current rate, Trump will have played at a rate more than two and a half times that of Obama, and roughly 11 times that of Bush during their respective first years. He had stopped playing after the October 13, 2003, after having been critical because he was playing golf while the country was at war. "Billions" depicts Trump working on a tweet from a golf cart.

"If I win I may never see my property-I may never see these places again. I would not be a president that takes time off".

"I would rarely leave the White House because there's so much work to be done", Trump told The Hill in 2015.