In other news, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin confirmed that Trump will make a decision on imposing tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports with 30 to 45 days, placing the decision at the end of June.
Meanwhile, the U.N. Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) says the risk of a nuclear weapon being used today is greater than it has ever been since the end of World War II. So there's that.
Finally, Trump has now spent at least $102 million in taxpayer funds on trips to the golf course not including his upcoming trip to his own golf course in Scotland.
U.S. taxpayers have spent $81 million for the president’s two dozen trips to Florida, according to a HuffPost analysis. They spent $17 million for his 15 trips to New Jersey, another $1 million so he could visit his resort in Los Angeles and at least $3 million for his two days in Scotland last summer ― $1.3 million of which went just for rental cars for the massive entourage that accompanies a president abroad.
For comparison, President Obama spent $30 million on trips to the golf course during his two terms in office and he typically played golf on military bases, not private clubs. Trump has spent $102 million in less than three years at his own clubs.