For the second time in a week, President Trump and sometimes-critic Lindsey Graham hit the golf course together as the president solicits congressional support for his health care, tax reform and Iran and North Korea agendas.
The president and Graham, a Republican senator from South Carolina who ran for president in 2016 and has not shied from criticizing him at times, rode together in the motorcade Saturday to Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia.
Trump, wearing a white golf shirt and white hat, and Graham spent more than four hours at the golf course.
A spokesman for Graham did not immediately return a request for comment from Fox News about Saturday’s round.
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President Trump is spending the day at his golf club in Sterling, VA.
He has no publicly scheduled events.
Sen. Lindsey Graham accompanied him from the White House to the club.
The Clemson Tigers football team was honored by President Trump at the White House’s South Lawn on Monday afternoon for the team’s second championship win in its 121-year-old history.
Guests included Republican lawmakers from South Carolina such as Sens. Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham. Newly elected South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster was also in attendance — he received a personal word of appreciation from the president. Continue reading “Mon, June 12, 2017: Trump hosts NCAA champion Clemson Tigers at WH”
10:15 am: Speaks with President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya by telephone
10:45 pm: Receives his daily intelligence briefing
12:30 pm: Has lunch with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.
1:30 pm: Leads a policy discussion with Senator Tom Cotton and Senator David Perdue
3:30 pm: Leads a meeting with the U.S. House Deputy Whip team; East Room
4:30 pm: Meets with Richard Trumka, President of AFL–CIO
5:00 pm: Visits with the Boy Scouts of America