On Monday, the president will leave the White House and return to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where he has been hosting foreign leaders at the same time.
Trump has not spent any time at Mar-A-Lago, the sprawling property on the Florida peninsula where he lives with his wife Melania.
His wife, Melania, and their daughter, Ivanka, have spent many weekends there, but have yet to visit the White Houses.
Trump will also leave a $100 million memorial to his wife in honor of his wife, which will be unveiled next week, the White Street Journal reported.
The president has spent most of the year traveling to Florida, but he has rarely spent time at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, which hosts the White Sox.
Trump also has not attended a traditional White House news conference, which typically happens after the annual Easter recess.
The president’s vacation has been widely viewed as a political showpiece for his popularity and to prove that he can get away from the controversy of a full-scale war with the media and the political establishment that has dogged him since taking office.
But the president’s absence has also raised questions about whether he is truly a liability.
Trump has spent less than three weeks at Mar/a-Goles since the inauguration and he has spent almost every weekend since then, except for the week he spent in Hawaii in late December.
He has spent nearly a month of the past two weeks at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, a location he said in February would be closed to the public.
President Trump has spent a total of 10 days at Mar Country Club since taking the oath of office, according to The New York Times.
Trump’s trips to Mar-as-Lago are more than double the number of trips he took the past 10 years.
While Trump has visited the Mar-Lago Club more than any other president since the early 1980s, he has never spent more than three days at the club during a full year.
During the George H.W. Bush administration, Bush spent a full month at Mar as well as three days a week at his White House residence.
Trump could be expected to spend more than four days at each of his Mar Country clubs over the next few years.
“He has spent about one month in Florida and two in Hawaii.
He’s spent about a month in Arizona and two weeks in Florida,” a source familiar with Trump’s itinerary told the Hill.
“I would say he’s spent more time at Trump National golf club than at Mar, which means that he has stayed a week or two in each place.”
Trump has a record of spending more than a week away from his Mar Trump properties.
During Trump’s first presidential campaign, in 2000, he spent three days away from Mar-Gates, the largest golf resort in the world, the Washington Post reported.
Trump spent six days at Trump Tower in Manhattan during the campaign, spending about two weeks away from Manhattan.
“I am not a golf enthusiast,” Trump told the Post, “but I love the game.
I love playing the game, and I love my family.
I’ve never played golf.
I’m very good at the game.”