President Donald Trump has now golfed for three consecutive days, despite the fact that he vowed to get back to work on the day after Christmas.
While there’s nothing inherently wrong with the president golfing, it does make things awkward for Trump given his past relentless criticism of former President Barack Obama’s golfing habits.
Given this, Trump has repeatedly downplayed or tried to conceal his own golfing exploits, despite the fact that he has hit the links in his first year more times than Obama did during his first year in the White House in 2009.
Now Washington Post data reporter Christopher Ingraham has spotted some code in Trump’s website that shows it will display an error message in the event of an internal server error that bashes Obama’s golfing.
“Oops! Something went wrong,” the message begins. “Unlike Obama, we are working on fixing the problem… and not on the golf course.”
The website of Donald Trump, who has spent several days in a row at the golf course, is coded to serve up the following message in the event of an internal server error: https://t.co/zrWpyMXRcz pic.twitter.com/wiQSQNNzw0
— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) 28. prosinca 2017.