How did Trump spend 2019?

Spoiler alert: there was some golf.

President Trump's 2019 by the numbers

119 days at Trump-owned properties

According to Forbes, this portion of Trump's empire, actually run by his children, has valuation of $562 million. According to Forbes, there were 33 licensing projects under development including seven "condo hotels" (the seven Trump International Hotel and Tower developments).

85 days golfing

According to CNN, Trump has spent at least 85 days this year at a golf club. Most of those trips have been to his own golf courses, effectively transferring public money to his own pockets. The cost to American taxpayers has so far been around $115 million, according to Trump Golf Count.

26 days spent oversees

Donald Trump has made 17 international trips to 23 countries (and also the West Bank) since he assumed the presidency on January 20, 2017. The number of visits per country where he traveled are: One visit to: Afghanistan, Argentina, Canada, China, Finland, Iraq, Israel, North Korea, Philippines, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Switzerland, Vatican City and the West Bank. Two visits to: Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Italy, South Korea, and Vietnam. Three visits to: Japan and the United Kingdom. Four visits to: France.

7,700 tweets

President Trump hit Twitter’s “send” button more than twice as often in 2019 as in 2018. … That’s compared to 775 retweets issued during his first two years in office.

21 campaign rallies

El Paso County Coliseum (El Paso, TX); Van Andel Arena (Grand Rapids, MI); Resch Center (Green Bay, WI); Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater (Panama City Beach, FL); Williamsport Regional Airport (Montoursville, PA); Amway Center (Orlando, FL); Williams Arena (Greenville, NC); U.S. Bank Arena (Cincinnati, OH); SNHU Arena (Manchester, NH); Crown Expo Center; (Fayetteville, NC); Santa Ana Star Center (Rio Rancho, NM); Target Center (Minneapolis, MN); James E. Sudduth Coliseum (Lake Charles, LA); American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX); BancorpSouth Arena (Tupelo, MS); Rupp Arena (Lexington, KY); Monroe Civic Center (Monroe, LA); CenturyLink Center (Bossier City, LA); BB&T Center (Sunrise, FL); Giant Center (Hershey, PA) and Kellogg Arena (Battle Creek, MI)

45 executive orders

In 2019, Donald Trump published 45 executive orders (from EO 13857 through EO 13901).

1 impeachment….