According to the Washington Post, President Trump has installed a golf simulator game in the White House that allows him to hit into a giant video screen where golf courses around the world are projected.
President Obama had a less sophisticated version that Trump replaced for $50,000. According to the Post, he paid for the game with his own money and it was installed in the private residence of the White House.
The Post says Trump has yet to use the game. Axios has recently reported that 60 percent of the president schedule is reserved for “executive time.”
After criticizing President Obama for playing golf while in the White House, Trump said during the 2016 campaign that he’d be too busy to play if he were president. Two years later Trump has played 139 rounds while in office.