Trump Has Spent Nearly One out of Every Three Days of His Presidency at a Family-Owned Property

President Donald Trump has spent nearly one out of every three days since his inauguration at a property owned by him and his family.


The president spent Thanksgiving Day at Mar-A-Lago — the resort he owns in Palm Beach, Florida — which marks the 100th day he’s logged at one of his own properties, reported The Hill.

It’s been 307 days since his Jan. 20 inauguration, which means he’s spent one out of every 3.07 days at one the properties owned by the Trump Organization overseen by his two eldest sons.

He’s spent 28 days so far at the semi-public club he’s taken to calling the “Winter White House” — and which has been described as a “heaven for spies.”

The president has spent 39 days at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey, according to the New York Times, which is the most at any of the properties he owns.

Mar-A-Lago ranks as his second-most visited property, and he has also spent 23 days this year at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia.

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