President Donald Trump is easier to get on the golf course than on the television these days.
Trump played a round of golf with three other guests on Sunday and Politico found out the names. Fox News anchor Brett Baier, Australian Ambassador to the U.S. Joe Hockey and OMB Director Mick Mulvaney played with the president at Trump National Golf Club in Northern Virginia. Mulvaney took the place of Chris Liddell, Trump’s deputy chief-of-staff, who had to drop out due to work commitments.
Baier, the hose of Fox News Channels “Special Report” reportedly lobbied Trump for an interview on the show. Trump, who is a frequent watcher of Fox News, has not appeared on Baier’s show in approximately 535 days. Trump has not appeared with Baier on air since he was inaugurated.
It was a rainy and cold round and the foursome only played nine holes according to Politico.
Trump National Golf Course is a private club in Northern Virginia and has 36 holes, a tennis center, fitness center, swimming and social events.
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