As Americans mourned the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sunday, Donald Trump went golfing for the 278th day since his presidency began.
According to a White House pool report, Trump arrived at the Trump National Golf Club at 10:45 a.m.
From White House pooler @lizzkatherine_ w/ President Trump today: "After an uneventful ride the motorcade arrived at 10:45 am at Trump National Golf Club."
— Johnny Verhovek (@JTHVerhovek) September 20, 2020
White House correspondent Mark Knoller noted that it was the “95th visit to this club out of 207 golf outings spanning 278 days.”
With no campaign events on his schedule today, Pres Trump has arrived at his Virginia golf club. His 95th visit to this club out of 207 golf outings spanning 278 days. He’s back on the rally road Monday in Ohio.
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 20, 2020
Trump was said to have no public events on his schedule on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Democratic nominee Joe Biden reportedly attended church on Sunday. He is expected to give a speech about the Supreme Court at 2 p.m.
Trump is at his golf course in Virginia today, per pooler @nielslesniewski. No public events currently scheduled.
Biden went to church early this morning and has a speech on the Supreme Court in Pennsylvania at 2:00pm.
— Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) September 20, 2020
Trump is already complaining about losing to Biden
During his latest rally, President Donald Trump lamented that former Vice President Joe Biden is at 50 percent in the polls.
Speaking to a Wisconsin crowd on Saturday, Trump said that they would joke that Biden was "1 percent Joe," seemingly tying Biden's television ratings to approval ratings.
"He's at 50 percent," said Trump. "And at 50 percent he wins. You explain: Is politics crazy or what?"
The moment came after Trump alleged that the coronavirus was already "going away" and that the day after the election all of the states would reopen.
‘Chaos and confusion’: Election head in solid GOP state bashes Trump for ‘undermining’ their mail-in voting efforts
Donald Trump's attempts to cast doubt on the result of the 2020 presidential election -- which appears to not be going his way -- is causing headaches and grief in Utah where voters who have overwhelmingly voted by mail are now in a panic over whether their votes will be counted.
According to a report from Washington Post, Weber County -- a rock-ribbed Republican district of 260,000 -- began using mail-in voting in 2013 with no complaints. In fact, according to the report, 'more than 99 percent of ballots cast in the  primary were placed in the mail or deposited in a dropbox."
Republicans have more to gain from losing the election — and they know it: Columnist
On Saturday, writing for The Week, Matthew Walther argued that Congressional Republicans' recent behavior shows they have made peace with losing the election — that, indeed, they are looking forward to it, and have mapped out what they will do next as the party out of power.
"Faced with the possibility of losing both the White House and possibly even the Senate in a year in which Democrats are also expected to consolidate control of the House as well, Republicans have resigned themselves to a half decade or so of opposition," wrote Walther. "Many of them are relieved at the thought of not even having to pretend to govern as members of a minority party — better yet, in the case of those who expect to lose their seats, at the not very remote possibility of a well-remunerated position with a lobbying or consulting firm."