Donald Trump You can already show off your last eccentricity. The president of U.S he has spent 50,000 dollars (more than 44,000 euros) from his pocket to install golf simulator in the White House that allows you to perform virtual tours in fields around the world in real format thanks to a large screen with hit sensors. The idea is not new, since Barack Obama he had already installed an older version of the same game, as he has published
The Washington Post
citing sources from the Administration.
Obama I already had an older version of the same game
In its digital edition, the newspaper says that Trump, fond of golf, has not yet released this new simulator. And that in any case he will only do it when he can not practice this sport outdoors. Something that since he is president has done about 140 times, according to their own accounts. Generally in any of the 16 golf courses of your property. The last time he did was on February 2 with stars like Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus in the field he owns in Jupiter (Florida).
The White House has a long history of reforms and adaptations to satisfy the hobbies of its residents. President Dwight Eisenhower was the first to install a minigolf and Richard Nixon then added a bowling alley. Obama converted an old tennis court into a basketball court and installed the first golf simulator. Before running for president, Trump charged him for these hobbies. "Is it possible that with all the problems and difficulties that the country faces, President Obama will spend the day playing golf?" He tweeted in October 2014. Today, he has already made more trips in what he says. It has a mandate from what Obama did.
Sources of the White House affirm that the president dedicates the time that does not have programmed in his official agenda and that happens in his official residence watching television, tweeting, holding impromptu meetings and making telephone calls. According to The Washington Post, Trump usually arrives at the Oval office around 11 o'clock in the morning and 60% of the time he dedicates to presidential work is not scheduled.