A matter of hours after President Donald Trump went after a Marine’s blown off hat, as reported by the Inquisitr, Mr. Trump was headed to the links. It is time to once again for tracking President Donald Trump at the Instagram geo-tagging location known as “Trump National Golf Club Washington D.C.,” which is actually located in or near Sterling, Virginia, as reported by the Inquisitr. According to Kyle Griffin, the producer of MSNBC’s The Last Word, President Trump headed to the golf course on Sunday, July 9, for his day No. 51 at a Trump property, and Trump’s day No. 37 at a golf course since he became President Trump.
According to the press pool report named “Subject: In-town pool report #2” written by Cheryl Bolen, a White House Correspondent for Bloomberg BNA, it took approximately 35 minutes for President Trump’s motorcade to travel Highway 267 into Virginia. President Trump’s group arrived at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling at 10:14 a.m., with the “motorcade split” and pool vans containing reporters arriving at the tennis clubhouse on a bright and sunny morning where the journalists were expected to wait. However, Bolen reports that the journalists have not received a report about President Trump’s activities for Sunday.
As seen in the above Instagram photo with the geo-tagging location “Trump National Golf Club Washington D.C.,” which was posted to the social networking site four days ago, President Trump tipped the bill of his red “Make America Great Again” hat toward visitors at the club.
Bolen’s first pool report on Sunday noted that President Trump’s motorcade began loading up at approximately 8:55 a.m. during what Bolen wrote was a “spectacular day,” without the motorcade letting journalists know where the president was headed.
Reports of a gorgeous D.C. day weather-wise found Bolen waxing poetic about the capital city’s clear blue skies and approximate 75-degree temperature with a breeze blowing, apparently lighter than when President Trump went after the Marine’s blown off hat the day before. Journalists noted Secret Service agents wearing “casual, short-sleeved shirts and khakis” when they walked to President Trump’s motorcade.
However, there were no initial sightings of President Trump on the South Lawn driveway. Reporters waited and observed President Trump’s motorcade leaving at 9:38 a.m.
This is Trump's 51st day at a Trump property as president. https://t.co/QmMJADfUd7
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 9, 2017
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