According to the Palm Beach Post, Donald Trump has spent almost one-quarter of his time as president in Florida.
Trump has traveled to Palm Beach four out of the seven weekends since he became president.
As of Sunday, when he left Florida, he had spent almost 242 hours in the Sunshine State out of just 1,060 hours in office.
He spent most of his time at Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, although he did use some of his time in Florida for business.
He met with Cabinet secretaries on Saturday, including Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Florida Governor Rick Scott. He met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last month amid a North Korean missile launch. And Trump also conducted interviews for potential national security adviser picks in February at “the Southern White House,” as Trump calls the resort.
Trump also made brief trips to Tampa, Melbourne and Orlando during his time in Florida.