Conservative group Judicial Watch criticized Obama for spending $106 million for travel over his two full terms. Trump's golf tab surpassed that in just 30 months.
Trump later called the Brent Spence Bridge “dangerous” and told area residents “we’re going to get it fixed.” He has not.
President Donald Trump’s racist and xenophobic statements have drawn official condemnation from a city that is now predominantly black and Latino.
The president says the state is "producing record setting numbers." In fact, it has the lowest median income in the U.S. and one of the highest poverty rates.
An RNC fundraiser could put hundreds of thousands of dollars into his own business, while the getaway will bring his taxpayer-paid golf tab to $109.2 million.
But watching Fox News and rage-tweeting is not a good strategy when the president needs to win back college-educated voters, GOP consultants said.
Trump again tells the Latino, black and Muslim House members – all American citizens, three born in the United States – that they are free to "leave right now."
Trump and GOP officials ignored an existing system that already has thousands of Republican candidates as clients.
The candidate who used to hammer Barack Obama for golfing too much is on track to play two and a half times as much as his predecessor and at three times the cost to taxpayers.