Donald Trump, shown in 2012, once fiercely criticized predecessor Barack Obama for his presidential golf outings. Now his own White House defends Trump’s frequent visits to the links, which it often declines to disclose to the public.
Donald Trump, shown in 2012, once fiercely criticized predecessor Barack Obama for his presidential golf outings. Now his own White House defends Trump’s frequent visits to the links, which it often declines to disclose to the public. Patrick Semansky The Associated Press file
Donald Trump, shown in 2012, once fiercely criticized predecessor Barack Obama for his presidential golf outings. Now his own White House defends Trump’s frequent visits to the links, which it often declines to disclose to the public. Patrick Semansky The Associated Press file

Once, Trump blasted Obama’s golf outings. Now, White House defends his own.

March 20, 2017 02:38 PM

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