Stone, who has remained a stalwart Trump defender, said in a phone interview last week that he has no relationship with Russian Federation.
Asked whether Trump maintains confidence in Comey, Spicer said: "There's no reason to believe he doesn't at this time".
Obama, frequently criticized by Trump and Republicans for his time on the links, played an estimated 333 rounds over eight years - a rate of once every 8.8 days he was in office.
If so, he deserves a Nobel Prize for his achievements on Monday, when, shortly after F.B.I. director James Comey confirmed during a House Intelligence Committee hearing that there was indeed a federal investigation into the ties between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, Spicer made several mind-boggling proclamations meant to defend the Trump administration while simultaneously making absolutely no sense whatsoever. The trips could cost federal taxpayers $2 million to $3 million a weekend, according to various estimates.More news: Raptors look to snap 11-game skid vs. Bulls
Trump's top aides would rather obscure that fact, especially considering the President's past comments about the sport and the White House.
"The president will continue to go and travel around the country and have meetings to solve the nation's problems", Spicer said. On Tuesday, FBI Director James Comey publicly confirmed that authorities are investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election as well as potential ties between the Russian government and the Trump campaign. He brings people down there. "I think what hard evidence there may be will be discovered either through a full release of President Trump's finance intercepts that I believe our intelligence community and Federal Bureau of Investigation have of conversations between and among Russian officials".
"It's clear nothing has changed", Spicer said of Comey's revelation.
When he's in Palm Beach, Trump often makes the brief trip to Trump International in a golf shirt and hat and spends more than three hours at the club. His weekend outing in Florida was his 11th visit to one of his courses in the Sunshine State in his first two months, according to Mark Knoller, a CBS News White House correspondent who has logged detailed statistics on presidential outings over several administrations.More news: Mass Effect Andromeda profile guides: How to unlock all profiles
Trump and Japan's Abe played golf on February 11 at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, then visited Trump International Golf Club in unincorporated West Palm Beach. "How you use the game of golf is something that he's talked about". "People jump to the conclusion he's going to play golf".
Trump holds a golf club during a media event at the site for his then yet-to-be-built golf course in Scotland.
"The president is entitled to a bit of privacy at some point", Spicer said.More news: Schiff: Trump wiretapping allegations 'patently false'
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