For the 10th weekend in a row, President Trump is visiting a Trump-branded property – every weekend except the first two after his inauguration.

For the sixth weekend in a row, he’s golfing at one of those properties; he’s golfed on nine of those 10 weekends.

In total, Trump has spent time at one or another Trump-branded properties on 28 of the days he’s been president – meaning that he has visited a property that’s part of his private business empire more than a third of the days he’s been in office, or once every 2.8 days.

The frequency at which he golfs is lower: He’s golfed on 17.9 percent of the days he’s been president, or about once every 5.6 days.

By comparison, Barack Obama golfed once every 8.8 days over the eight years that he was president. And he was excoriated by his political opponents for doing so – including Trump.

Most of the visits Trump has made to Trump-branded properties were to Mar-a-Lago, where Trump last week hosted the president of China, Xi Jinping. He’ll stay at the resort through Sunday, and he may – as he did on Saturday – head to Trump International Golf Course in Palm Beach, Florida.