President Trump held a series of short meetings Sunday morning at the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia.
A reporter traveling with the president said Trump had three meetings and was heading back to the White House after a quick visit.
Trump was also at his Virginia golf club on Saturday for meetings.
Sunday's trip marked the president's 13th trip to a golf course since taking office. He has made a trip to a Trump-owned property eight weekends in a row since the inauguration.
President Trump is again at Trump National Golf Club in Virginia, per pool. It is his 13th golf course trip since taking office 9 weeks ago.— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) March 26, 2017
Trump left his Virginia golf club after just 55 minutes, now headed back to the White House. He held 3 meetings while there, WH tells pool.— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) March 26, 2017
Trump's latest visit to his Virginia property comes days after House Republicans pulled their bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, in a blow to Trump, who promised during his campaign to repeal the healthcare law.
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