Before taking office, Donald Trump said he would be “completely isolating” himself from his personal businesses, but the Washington Post says “instead, Trump has visited his properties 274 times, according to a Post tally.” Reporter David Fahrenthold has taken on the painstaking project of trying to track all the bills the government has paid to Trump’s properties. In a report out today, Fahrenthold and Josh Dawsey write that “Trump’s luxury properties have charged the U.S. government more than $1.1 million in private transactions since Trump took office — including for room rentals at his Bedminster, N.J., club this spring while it was closed for the coronavirus pandemic.”

In Bedminster this spring, the records show, Trump’s club charged the Secret Service more than $21,800 to rent a cottage and other rooms while the club was closed and otherwise off-limits to guests. The documents don’t give a reason for these rentals. Trump didn’t visit the club while it was closed, but his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her family reportedly visited at least once.

The Washington Post says the White House and the Secret Service declined to comment and The Trump Organization didn’t respond to emailed questions.