The White House tends to be tight-lipped about whether Trump - ranked the 12th best politician-golfer by Golf Digest past year - is actually playing golf when he spends three or four hours at his Jim Fazio-designed course.
"Yes, absolutely, I have had a lot of patients in the past six months or more who ask about Ivanka's great and sculpted, clean facial features, including her high cheekbones and lovely skin and elegant nose", Rohrich said.
On the sixth weekend he went to Mar-a-Lago again, and the following week visited the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia.
President Donald Trump, once a critic of his predecessor's golfing, has visited one of his golf courses in Florida - seemingly to play the sport - five of the last seven weekends.
"I want to thank the President for taking time to listen to local Law enforcement's concerns and his commitment to an ongoing dialogue, which ensures the opportunity to address other issues, such as reimbursement for presidential visits", Bradshaw said after the meeting.
With the weather cold in NY, though, Trump has spent considerably more time in Florida than his northern home.
On Sunday, Lindsay E. Walters, a spokeswoman, told reporters traveling with the president that while at his golf club, Trump "may step out to hit balls, but I can not confirm that at this time".
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But such games appear to have been exceptions during Trump's first weeks in office. Golf blog NoLayingUp.com later revealed Trump played 18 holes with four-time major champion Rory McIlroy.
"I would not be a president that takes time off..."
And before he ran for president, Trump would tweet about Obama's golfing.
Supporters of the president say the trips to Mar-a-Lago are spent working, even called the beachside mansion the "Winter House House".
One Palm Beach official said it was his county's "patriotic duty" to pick up the tab of protecting the president.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, deputy White House press secretary, said then that the discrepancy was because of a last-minute change of plans. "Have been told that the president took meetings and phone calls at the club and may have stepped out to hit a few balls".
"We have never had a situation where a President of the United States would be here on such a regular basis", the mayor said.