As Donald Trump settles in for his 17-day vacation at his New Jersey golf club, he is making sure the American public is aware his vacation is not really a vacay.
“Working in Bedminster, N.J., as long planned construction is being done at the White House. This is not a vacation – meetings and calls!” tweeted our hardworking commander in chief.
The president’s aides are calling the upcoming golf marathon a “working vacation.”
One senior White House member, who chose to remain anonymous, described how Trump would be hitting the links while still conducting the people’s business.
“The president will be surrounding himself with senior advisors while knocking that little white ball around his property,” said the aide.
“Take today’s round, for example,” the aide offered. ”To the ordinary observer, it appeared the president and his caddy were discussing which club to use on his approach shot to the second green. But, no, he and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who will be acting as the president’s personal caddy throughout his stay, were actually discussing Jared’s new plan for Middle East peace.”
“On hole number five, when the president shanked his drive into the woods, the fifteen minutes spent by the president and Jared looking for the ball was really a discussion about the infrastructure legislation the president plans to push when he gets back to D.C.”
After his rounds of golf, the president plans to have dinner at the club’s highly-rated restaurant.
Kellyanne Conway, one of Trump’s most loyal surrogates, will be acting as his personal waitress.
At his first dinner last night, Conway was overheard not only recommending the president go with the fresh brook trout over a mound of sautéed spinach but also suggesting the president appoint Stephen Miller the new White House communications director.
No, despite what the mainstream media wants you to think about Trump’s two+ week furlough, the president will still be on the clock working hard to deliver on the many promises he made to the American people.
Thanks to Trump’s efforts, the term “working vacation” is no longer an oxymoron. It is just an expression believed by morons.
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