It must be Saturday — the President went golfing.
President Trump — who regularly lambasted his predecessor for spending too much time playing the sport — is golfing for the ninth time since taking office seven weeks ago.
The President is golfing at Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls, Va., lunching with a few members of his cabinet — and taking the time to OK the firing of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.
So far, Trump is teed up to be one of the most prolific golfers to hold the Oval Office.
But Trump is caught in something of a sand trap. On the campaign trail he promised he wouldn’t golf if he was elected President because he’d be too busy.
After all, he spent the last few years criticizing President Obama for playing a few rounds while in office.
“Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing th U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf. Worse than Carter,” he wrote in an Oct. 13, 2014, tweet.
Ten days later, Trump trolled the 44th President amid an ebola scare in New York City.
“President Obama has a major meeting on the N.Y.C. Ebola outbreak, with people flying in from all over the country, but decided to play golf!” he opined.
Almost two months into his term, however, the bombastic leader of the free world has found plenty of time to spend on the green.
Trump played his first presidential round on Feb. 4 — just two weeksafter he was sworn in — during Trump’s first vacation to the “Winter White House” at Mar-a-lago. The following day, he played another round at his go-to location, Trump International Golf Club.
He became the President to hit the course the fastest in recent history, according to a Politico report. Presidents Obama and George W. Bush waited four months and five and a half months, respectively.
The President didn’t sit the next weekend out, either. He teed up with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the same course on Feb. 11. Abe was in for a state visit and accompanied Trump to the Palm Beach, Fla. resort.
Media reports indicate Trump played another round the following day, this time without Abe.
Trump was back in Florida and teeing up the following weekend — the third straight one.
The Palm Beach Post reported Trump left Mar-a-Lago for five hours on Feb. 18. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders later said, “I do believe he played a couple of holes,” according to the paper.
The next day it emerged that Trump — originally supposed to hit a few holes — played a full 18 holes with superstar Rory McIlroy.
Critics swung shame upon the Northern Irish PGA champ for golfing with the president.
McIlroy later issued a statement on Twitter that he was asked to play with Trump.
“Whether you respect the person who holds that position or not, you respect the office that he holds,” McIlroy wrote. “That wasn’t an endorsement nor a political statement of any kind. It was, quite simply, a round of golf.”
Trump’s most recent outing on the course was last weekend.
Earlier in the day, the former real estate mogul launched into a Twitter tirade in which he accused Obama of secretly tapping his phones in Trump Tower ahead of the election.
After his chaotic tweet storm, Trump again departed to play a few holes.
The Palm Beach Post reported he returned to the links Sunday, before departing for Washington, D.C., for the week.
Presidents have long been clubbed with criticism for hitting the links.
Obama, who golfed 333 times during his two terms, was chastised for playing after giving a statement on the August 2014 murder of journalist James Foley by ISIS.
He admitted later that it was a mistake to golf so soon after the somber event.
When the combat in Iraq heated up in 2003, Bush opted not to play the sport during wartime.