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President Trump is on course to spend more on travel during his first year in office than his predecessor did during eight years, even though he has yet to leave the United States.
Frequent trips to his golf estate in Florida, where Mr Trump has spent about a quarter of his first 82 days as president, have cost taxpayers an estimated $21 million (£16.8 million).
At that rate, by January he will have spent more than the $97 million President Obama spent on personal and work travel during his two terms in office. Mr Trump has used his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach to host foreign leaders, and to play golf, on six weekends since he became president.