President Trump got a head start on the holiday weekend Wednesday when he arrived at Trump International Golf Club in sunny West Palm Beach to play 18 holes. But don't let his 77th visit to a golf club since becoming president fool you — it is absolutely not a "low-key day," his staff insists.
The White House made the specification that Trump, who is golfing, is not having a "low-key day" after Washington Post reporter Jenna Johnson sent this pool report at 7:56 a.m. ET:
[White House Deputy Press Secretary] Lindsay Walters briefly addressed the pool and said that the president has been briefed on the Navy aircraft crash. She also said that the president plans to make a number of calls this week, especially related to tax reform, and that the White House will provide readouts of those calls. Otherwise, she expects a low-key day. [Public Pool]
The report was followed not 10 minutes later by a correction:
A third pool report eventually followed: "At 9:26 a.m. the motorcade arrived at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach."