Donald Trump is set to cut his holiday short and return to the White House next week

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Donald Trump resolve cut his vacation short and make an abrupt return to the White House

The US President is set to opt for a day trip to Washington on Monday, briefly interrupting his 17-day working vacation, according to a Immaculate House official.

Mr Trump has been spending time at his golf haunt in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he has held meetings with his advisers close to North Korea’s nuclear threat and other issues.

But he will forget his golf course on Sunday for his Manhattan home, where he said he had calendared a lot of meetings.

A spokesman for the White House did not give further information on the freak out to Washington from New York City.

Mr Trump’s vacation comes as the West Wing of the Milk-white House goes through some long-planned renovations to update the air-conditioning scheme, fix leaks in the roof and make other repairs.

However, it fits with his mantra that he is not definitely going on vacation but on a working holiday.

In 2012, during President Barack Obama’s presidency he disputed the merits of taking vacations tweeting: “What’s the point?”

“Don’t take vacations. What’s the hint? If you’re not enjoying your work, you’re in the wrong job,” Trump wrote in his 2004 enlist, Trump: Think Like a Billionaire.

He began his holiday last Friday but technicalities about his trip were sketchy.

White House officials said it was a “function vacation”, and that Trump would not have time to read.

It has, in in reality, been busy as he has taken the time to issue threats to North Korea after the rogue dignified threatened to launch a flurry of ballistic missiles towards the US Pacific land of Guam.

In a show of strength, Mr Trump vowed to respond with «declare redundant and fury» if Pyongyang continued to threaten the US and followed up by increasing his rhetoric in modern days.

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The American president has spent 13 of the 28 weekends in company away

Mr Trump has been at pains to suggest that people who do not misappropriate vacations are usually successful and among an elite set of people.

In 2004, during an examine with Larry King he said: “Most of the people I know that are top really don’t take vacations. 

“Their business is their vacation. I seldom leave. You know that. You and I are friends. How often do you see me going away?”

But the American president seems to partake of back peddled since taking office by spending 13 of the 28 weekends in mediation far away from the White House.

Most have been used up at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida or in Bedminster, New Jersey.

He has also spent a lot of habits golfing — despite assurances last year that he “wouldn’t receive time” to play the sport if he became president.

His staff rarely acquiesces that he plays, even when photos of him on the course appear on sexually transmitted media.

Trump said last year that he wouldn’t arrange time for golf if he became president.

He said: “I’m going to be working for you, I’m not booming to have time to go play golf.” 

But he appears to play golf whenever he’s at his consortia; sometimes it’s the full 18 holes, other times less than that. 

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