In the throes of the 2016 campaign, former President Donald Trump vowed that he wouldn't "have time for golf" if he was elected President.
But it's no secret that Trump golfed nearly every chance he got, playing the game at least 308 times before the final month of his presidency, often using his own properties (and thereby injecting them with taxpayer money) to do so.
But Trump didn't rely on having to leave his house to play his favorite game.
In 2019, reports broke that Trump had installed a room-sized golf simulator in the White House for around $50 thousand. Some speculated the simulator was from Trackman Golf, whose products are in use at multiple Trump properties.
Now, in a new revelation from Peril—the book from journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa about the final months and aftermath of the Trump administration—newly-inaugurated President Joe Biden wasn't pleased to see the setup on his arrival to the White House.
According to Peril, Biden said:
"What a f***ing a**hole."
The response may have been profane, but there were several who agreed.
This is by far the most innocuous revelation from Peril so far. The book has made waves for other claims, such as Trump's conversations with then-Vice President Mike Pence during the deadly failed insurrection against the Capitol.
It continues to make waves across the internet.