With 132 rooms, 32 bathrooms, in-house movie theatre, bowling alley, swimming pool, tennis court, basketball court and putting green spread over 55,000 square feet, the White House comes with a hefty price tag of approximately $400m (£303m). But despite its butlers, valets, full-time chefs and expensive furnishings, its current resident is unhappy in government housing.
During a recent visit to one of his private golf clubs, US President Donald Trump reportedly complained to guests about the living conditions in the White House when asked why he spends so much time at his resorts.
"That White House is a real dump," the Potus allegedly said while at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, according to Sports Illustrated.
The White House has denied that the president made any such comment.
Trump has spent over 20% of his time in office (over 43 visits), at his golf clubs and was most recently spotted at his Virginia property on 30 July. Ironically, during his presidential campaign, the former real estate mogul made it a point to enumerate the number of times his predecessor Barack Obama spent teeing off. He tweeted at least 27 times about Obama's hobby, claiming he should have spent more time playing president than playing golf.
"While our wonderful president was out playing golf all day, the TSA is falling apart, just like our government! Airports a total disaster!" one of his posts from May 2016 read.
However, the 71-year-old seems to be a couple of points ahead of Obama in terms of time spent on golfing. According to PolitiFact, six months into his presidency, Trump was on the greens 21 times, while the former Potus played 11 times.