A cake and golf presidency

Alvin Kelly
April 20, 2017

He could've donated his salary 322 times over to the National Park Service rather than spend seven of his 13 weekends as president thus far hanging out at his own goddamn golf club. If this keeps up, Trump is on track to surpass Barack Obama's travel cost for an entire four-year term in a matter of only one year.

President Trump on Tuesday blamed former President Obama's immigration policies for the formation of MS-13, a gang the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been closely tracking since at least 2004. "We pay for Obama's travels so he can fundraise millions, so Democrats can run on lies".

In a Fox News interview Tuesday, Trump said his administration removed risky illegals from the country's streets, but did not mention the gang's name. "I'm going to be working for you, I'm not going to have time to go play golf", he said during his campaign.

The Bureau also said the gang formed in the late 1980s.

In the Bad Taste Competition, however, MrOctober was easily surpassed by CommenterInChief who posted, "I honestly think Obama enjoys being a black man on a traditionally white golf course more than he likes playing golf".

The group will hold a march the morning of May 13 in Doral Central Park in western Miami Dade County. I don't think I'd ever see Doral again. "I hope things work out well".

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The Trump administration has increased efforts to combat illegal immigration in recent months, expanding the scope of immigrants who can be targeted for deportation and pledging more funding for border control programmes.

It appears President Donald Trump will not return to Palm Beach, Florida, this weekend.

Statistics I harvested from Matt J. Leal with the San Luis Obispo County Department of Planning and Building reflect that funds the county received from CDBGs in 2017 - a bit more than $1.6 million - support homeless programs, facilities for the disabled, drug and alcohol abuse prevention, food for the hungry, and low-income housing, among other worthwhile projects.

Our president also promised, during the campaign, to give the ailing USA steel industry a boost by requiring that American-made steel would be used for his ballyhooed trillion-dollar infrastructure revitalization.

The policy news flying out Washington is head-spinning, but Trump's political enemies are the same old collection of media properties and out-of-touch liberals. It's appropriate that golf eventually came up during the marathon interview, because it took place overlooking a golf course - specifically, at the Trump International Golf Links and Hotel on Ireland's west coast.

But those rules are dead in the water.

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