President Donald Trump spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday honouring the United States' most famous civil rights leader, at his Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The President arrived in West Palm Beach at 9 am on Monday 15 January, marking the 95th day he has spent at one of his golf clubs since his inauguration.
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US President Barack Obama helps give out books at Leckie Elementary School while celebrating Martin Luther King Day January 18, 2016 in Washington, DC. The President and First Lady Michelle Obama participated in the community service project in celebration of the Martin Luther King Day of Service and in honor of Dr. Kings life and legacy. (Picture: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
U.S. President Barack Obama (Front) and first lady Michelle Obama (Back) help paint a mural depicting Martin Luther King Jr., at the Jobs Have Priority Naylor Road Family Shelter January 16, 2017 in Washington, DC. President Obama and the First Lady attended a service event at the Jobs Have Priority Naylor Road Family Shelter for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. (Picture: MICHAEL REYNOLDS-Pool/Getty Images)
George W. Bush:
US President George W. Bush (C) is helped by City Year volunteer Morgan Lacey (2nd R) as he paints a mural at Cordozo High School in Washington, DC, 15 January 2007. President Bush made a surprise visit to the school for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. (Picture: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Bill Clinton (and Al Gore):
US President Bill Clinton (L), Vice President Al Gore (C) and an unidentified Americorp volunteer (R) tear down a wall to begin renovation of the Regency House, a senior health centre, 18 January in Washington. Clinton, along with Vice President Al Gore, announced the largest lending discrimination settlement at the centre during the 1999 Martin Luther King Day Service Project. (Picture: STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images)
Trump did, however, record an address for the day, tweeted by the White House:
"Dr. King's dream is our dream. It is the American Dream. It's the promise stitched into the fabric of our Nation,… https://t.co/stsEYXKUJb
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However, he was criticised for not following his own instructions to Americans:
President Trump held an event in front of the cameras on Friday signing a proclamation calling on Americans to cele… https://t.co/DZYJ5ydb0w