Trump heads to Virginia to golf after week of anonymous NYT op-ed3 min read

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President Donald Trump has been spotted out on his Virginia golf course following a tumultuous week surrounding the anonymous New York Times ad and the proposed Tariffs he plans to enact against China.

Trump was seen with his Secret Service detail making his way to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia. 

He was wearing a white polo along with a tan hat and black pants.

Trump remains ‘obsessed’ with nailing the ‘sick person’ responsible for the New York Times op-ed – while his chief of staff John Kelly tries to talk the president into letting it go, fearing that Trump’s repeated calls to reveal the author have drawn more attention to the unfavorable editorial itself. 

He was wearing a white polo along with a tan hat and black pants

He was wearing a white polo along with a tan hat and black pants

He was wearing a white polo along with a tan hat and black pants

The op-ed, written by someone identified only as a ‘senior administration official’, describes a resistance movement within the White House that has been working to dilute Trump’s reckless leadership style. 

Prior to his golf run, Trump took to Twitter to demand that Apple build its products in the United States, after the company claimed that tariff increases in China would impact the Apple Watch and more.

‘Apple prices may increase because of the massive Tariffs we may be imposing on China – but there is an easy solution where there would be ZERO tax, and indeed a tax incentive,’ he said.

‘Make your products in the United States instead of China. Start building new plants now. Exciting! #MAGA’

Trump's Twitter storm on Saturday morning began with an endorsement for Dave Hughes and his run for Congress in Minnesota

Trump's Twitter storm on Saturday morning began with an endorsement for Dave Hughes and his run for Congress in Minnesota

Trump’s Twitter storm on Saturday morning began with an endorsement for Dave Hughes and his run for Congress in Minnesota

Trump’s Twitter storm on Saturday morning began with an endorsement for Dave Hughes and his run for Congress in Minnesota. 

Trump said: ‘Dave Hughes is running for Congress in the Great State of Minnesota. He will help us accomplish our America First policies, is strong on Crime, the Border, our 2nd Amendmen, Trade, Military and Vets. Running against Pelosi Liberal Puppet Petterson. Dave has my Total Endorsement!’

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The President followed up with a quote from Fox’s Lou Dobbs and stated: ‘To this point, President Trump’s achievements are unprecedented.’ 

The President followed up with a quote from Fox's Lou Dobbs and stated: 'To this point, President Trump's achievements are unprecedented'

The President followed up with a quote from Fox's Lou Dobbs and stated: 'To this point, President Trump's achievements are unprecedented'

The President followed up with a quote from Fox’s Lou Dobbs and stated: ‘To this point, President Trump’s achievements are unprecedented’

August saw an increase of 201,000 more jobs, keeping pace with the steady unemployment rate of 3.9%, CNN Money reports.

Hourly earnings have also risen by 2.9% but inflation has also been rising for month.

But Trump still took credit for the new jobs as a sign of a growing economy and asserted: ‘We are breaking all Jobs and Economic Records but, importantly, our Country has TREMENDOUS FUTURE POTENTIAL. We have just begun!’