On Monday, CNN's Jake Tapper took a stab at explaining why Trump has problems in his honesty numbers.
But New Jersey has a rich history of United States presidents using the state as a summer spot.
Trump turned over company leadership to his adult sons and a senior business executive, but he did not divest as previous presidents have done.
"Congress' failure to repeal Obamacare has upset even some Republicans".
"Just completed call with President Moon of South Korea. For that particular person, they may want to go back and study up on Civics 101".
He said he didn't know if it was such a good idea for Trump to be working from Bedminster.
Stephen Colbert touched on much of that last night, but he also noticed that President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin seem to have coordinated their vacations. Some said they have already decided against voting for him again. They saw Trump as someone who understood economics and the plight of Middle America, and immigration and trade policies were seen through that lens as well.More news: Saints rocked by Van Dijk request
The lesson to be learned from the 2016 election is that enough voters simply didn't care that Trump didn't tell the truth a lot of the time. Trump's base turned out enthusiastically on the basis of economic angst, not "values".
And despite speculation that it was meant to rally his base, Trump's announcement via Twitter that transgender people would not be allowed to serve openly in the military, faced backlash from military members, GOP voters and members of Congress.
The next slide shows Trump throwing his television out the window.
Three-quarters of Americans said they can't trust most of what they hear from the White House, CNN reported Monday evening.
Some political observers question whether Trump can govern effectively with only one-third of the American public standing firmly behind him.
In other words, it may be time to stop talking about how Trump's base strategy is keeping him viable in Washington. Most Trump voters made peace with the fact he often exaggerated and straight-out lied because, well, all politicians lie.
Since being elected president, Trump has not slowed the pace of his misstatements and lies.
Whatever the rationale for the secrecy, it has left his press staff to repeatedly refuse to confirm that Trump is partaking in a golf-related activity even as the paying members of his clubs post photos online of Trump doing exactly that.