South Carolina's Sen. Lindsey Graham golfs with Trump amid immigration debate

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Donald Trump made a Monday visit to his Trump National Golf Club, Washington, D.C., in Ashburn, Va., on October 9 to play golf, including with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham.

Graham has a complicated relationship with the president and has publicly criticized him on several occasions, leading Trump to criticize him on Twitter.

Graham didn't give out his own score, but did reveal that he was beaten by the 71-year-old president, who he claims shot just two strokes more than his age.

"How bad did he beat me?" The White House said he will be golfing with Republican Sen.

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The pair were deeply critical of each other throughout the 2016 presidential primary and feuded over Trump's response to the violent while supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. "I did better in the presidential race than today on the golf course!"

Ruhle then somehow managed to drag troops into the equation, suggesting that it's unconscionable for Graham to tweet about golf while there are soldiers overseas.

President Trump was seen heading in a black SUV on his way to the course Monday morning.

Graham is a co-author of the DREAM Act in the Senate, a bipartisan effort revived last week to provide a legal pathway to citizenship for certain undocumented immigrants brought to the country illegally as children.

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