It is the first official weekend of Joe Biden’s administration, and many quickly took notice that he appeared to be spending his Saturday in a way very different from how his predecessor, Donald Trump, seemed to most of the time.

Donald Trump often made headlines as President for his tendency to spend time at his golf courses, especially on weekends, because of his tendency to criticize his own predecessor, Barack Obama, while he was President. Trump criticized Obama for spending time on golf courses in Hawaii several times before he took office, but then, according to CNN in May 2020, had spent anywhere between 248-266 days at a golf course at that point of his presidency, versus Obama’s 98 rounds at the same point in his own.

Golf Week reported in November that while Obama was reportedly calculated at one point to average a game every 9.5 days during his two terms as President, Trump teed up an average of every 6.3 days in half the time.

However, now that Trump has officially exited the White House and Biden has been inaugurated as the 46th President, people on Twitter quickly took notice that as his first Saturday in office began, he was anywhere but the golf course.

The comparisons also come on the heels of other ones that have been made during the first few days of his Presidency, with Press Secretary Jen Psaki telling reporters that Biden was not spending time thinking about the paint colors on Air Force One (which were changed during Trump’s presidency), and others noting a change to Biden’s desk from when Trump occupied it.

Many were stunned when they learned that a red button that used to sit prominently on the President’s desk in the Oval Office (which had been depicted during an episode of “Family Guy”) was in fact real, after photos surfaced of Biden sitting at the desk on his first night in office with it officially removed from the premises.

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