Donald Trump Will Tee It Up With Tiger Woods And Dustin Johnson

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Donald Trump Will Tee It Up With Tiger Woods And Dustin Johnson

But 2016 Olympic gold medalist Rose is hopeful that Woods' latest comeback will prove to be a successful one.

"Will be speaking to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey this morning about bringing peace to the mess that I inherited in the Middle East", Trump tweeted.

Donald Trump took a break Friday and went from his vacation home at Mar-a-Lago to Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida to play a few rounds with none other than Tiger Woods. However, Trump noted that it would be a quick round so he could get back to work on bringing more jobs back to America.

Trump, who was spending Thanksgiving weekend at Mar-a-Lago, hit the course Friday morning with the golf legend and Dustin Johnson, now ranked the world's No. 1 golfer.

Presidential aides often - most recently on Wednesday, the first day of Trump's Thanksgiving trip to his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida - insist the president is engaged in meetings and calls, rather than heading for the first tee.

For his part, Trump pledged to largely forego golf while in office, saying he was "not going to have time to play golf".

Aides were mum on how he spent the time period, which is roughly the length of a round of golf, unless you play quickly.

The Washington Post reporter Philip Bump is also tracking Trump's golfing.

Trump's tweet was in response to one from his social media chief, Dan Scavino. "Probably his 62nd round of golf".

It's unclear exactly which countries he's referring to, but Trump has cited $6 trillion in the past to assess US spending on conflicts in the Middle East. Relations between North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies Turkey and the United States have soured over a number of issues, including USA support to Syrian Kurdish fighters which Ankara considers to be terrorists due to their links to outlawed Kurdish rebels in Turkey.

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