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U.S. President Donald Trump spent Thanksgiving at a Trump-owned resort in Florida. In this photo, Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron at the turkey pardoning ceremony in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, DC, Nov. 21, 2017. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Donald Trump celebrated his first Thanksgiving as the president of the United States at his resort in Florida, marking the day as his 100th spent in a Trump-owned estate since he took office as POTUS on Jan. 20.

Trump left for resort Mar-a-Lago at Palm Beach, Florida, on Tuesday, according to a report by HuffPost. This happened after he reportedly pardoned a turkey at the White House. The president, along with his wife and first lady Melania and son Barron, pardoned a large turkey named "Drumstick" at the White House’s Rose Garden on Tuesday.

Trump said while pardoning the turkey, “I’m pleased to report that, unlike millions of other turkeys at this time of the year, Drumstick has a very, very bright future ahead of him.”

He also mentioned Barack Obama pardoning two turkeys, Tater and Tot, during his last year as president in 2016.

He said, “As many of you know, I have been very active in overturning a number of executive actions by my predecessor. … However, I have been informed by the White House Counsel’s Office that Tater and Tot’s pardons cannot, under any circumstances, be revoked.”

On Wednesday, Trump also visited his golf club, the Trump International Golf Club. According to the White House, Trump took some phone calls and also attended a few scheduled meetings. Journalists were not invited but some of them were quite certain he did play golf.

Trump tweeted on Thursday wishing everyone a “HAPPY THANKSGIVING” while also talking about his achievements during his tenure as the president.

On the same day, he also tweeted a video message where he talked about economic gains in the U.S. and stated “the enthusiasm in this country has never been higher.”

Donald Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, took to Instagram to wish everyone a “happy and healthy Thanksgiving.” The picture consisted of Trump Jr.’s five children, all looking down from a tree.

He also posted a tweet with a video Thursday from the Trump Organization’s official Twitter page, where he said, “Go out, enjoy, and eat as much Turkey as I plan to.”

Trump Jr. did not cease being political even during the Thanksgiving season.

Eric Trump, the brother of Trump Jr., also tweeted “Happy Thanksgiving.”

He also went on to bash news agencies on Twitter. In one of his tweets regarding CNN, he said they have “worse ratings than #NickAtNite.”

In another tweet regarding National Broadcasting Company (NBC) he wrote, “For an industry largely dominated by negativity, it nice to see the media do a story about a kind act!"

Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump was not as active as others in her family as she was busy preparing for her post-Thanksgiving trip to Hyderabad, India, to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

However, Wednesday she posted a tweet with pictures of herself and her step-sister, Tiffany, at the turkey pardoning ceremony.

She also posted an Instagram story where she wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving along with her family.