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Trump was pictured on his DC course WITHOUT clubs – as speculation mounts, he met lawyers

There is speculation that Donald Trump was in DC this week to meet with lawyers about a possible charge after images of him surfaced on his golf course in Virginia with no clubs.

The former president, who drove a golf cart at his club in Sterling, Virginia — just 40 miles outside of Washington, DC — was not pictured with golf clubs, and some noted that it didn’t seem like he was actually playing golf while on the course.

Footage emerged of Trump driving the golf cart sometimes solo and sometimes with his son Eric with a shotgun. Trump wore a white polo shirt, black trainers, white golf shoes and his signature red Make America Great Again cap.

A group of men, including what appeared to be former Trump attorney Ty Cobb, were seen on the course with the former president on Monday, but no golf clubs were in sight.

Cobb told CBS News this weekend that he believes the former president’s chance of being charged is “very high,” resulting in him being banned from running again.

While he thinks the impending indictment may be due to the ongoing FBI investigation, he added that Trump is more likely to be charged for his connection to the January 6, 2021 Capitol riots than anything the DOJ currently sees. investigates.

Donald Trump was pictured without golf clubs on his golf course on the outskirts of DC on Monday

Donald Trump was pictured without golf clubs on his golf course on the outskirts of DC on Monday

His son Eric Trump rode with Trump in the golf cart (center in photo) on Monday.  Pictured: Trump pulls up to what appeared to be former White House attorney Ty Cobb in another golf cart

His son Eric Trump rode with Trump in the golf cart (center in photo) on Monday.  Pictured: Trump pulls up to what appeared to be former White House attorney Ty Cobb in another golf cart

His son Eric Trump rode with Trump in the golf cart (center in photo) on Monday. Pictured: Trump pulls up to what appeared to be former White House attorney Ty Cobb in another golf cart

The lack of clubs and the appearance of no golfing activity with a group of men has led to speculation that he was meeting with lawyers about a possible impending charge

The lack of clubs and the appearance of no golfing activity with a group of men has led to speculation that he was meeting with lawyers about a possible impending charge

The lack of clubs and the appearance of no golfing activity with a group of men has led to speculation that he was meeting with lawyers about a possible impending charge

Trump was seen with a group of men at the Sterling, Virginia track on Monday, September 12.  The footage did not show the men playing golf or whether golf clubs were in sight.

Trump was seen with a group of men at the Sterling, Virginia track on Monday, September 12.  The footage did not show the men playing golf or whether golf clubs were in sight.

Trump was seen with a group of men at the Sterling, Virginia track on Monday, September 12. The footage did not show the men playing golf or whether golf clubs were in sight.

The man who looked like Cobb was wearing jeans—not your typical day on the links.

Cobb served on the Trump administration’s legal team from July 2017 to May 2018.

“Many ask me why Mr. Mushroom Putter was at his DC golf course (which is actually in Virginia)? He says he plays golf,” tweeted Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney and “repairer.”

He added: “My sources say he had met two lawyers in secret and did not trust their office. Note that there are no golf clubs on the cart!!!’

Trump flew into Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport on Sunday night, still wearing his golf shoes and a polo shirt, sparking rumors of a possible Justice Department (DOJ) charge.

A man who looked like Ty Cobb joined the group on the course Monday.  He was wearing jeans – not typical clothes for a day on the links

A man who looked like Ty Cobb joined the group on the course Monday.  He was wearing jeans – not typical clothes for a day on the links

Ty Cobb (pictured) was on the Trump administration's legal team from July 2017 to May 2018

Ty Cobb (pictured) was on the Trump administration's legal team from July 2017 to May 2018

A man who resembles former Trump White House attorney Ty Cobb joins the group for Monday’s outing on the links

Trump drove a golf cart on the track on Monday while his son Eric drove a shotgun

Trump drove a golf cart on the track on Monday while his son Eric drove a shotgun

Trump drove a golf cart on the track on Monday while his son Eric drove a shotgun

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1663080215 103 Trump was pictured on his DC course WITHOUT clubs

Michael Cohen, a longtime but now estranged lawyer and “fixer” for Trump, said “my sources say he secretly met two lawyers and was not confident being in their offices,” so they met instead on the course. He also noted the lack of clubs

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1663080215 10 Trump was pictured on his DC course WITHOUT clubs

Trump said around noon on Monday that he was “working today” at his course in Sterling, Virginia and added a link to the property — fueling some speculation he might consider selling the club

Trump was seen driving around his Virginia property with an entourage of other golf carts

Trump was seen driving around his Virginia property with an entourage of other golf carts

Trump was seen driving around his Virginia property with an entourage of other golf carts

The former president landed dressed in his sports gear before being whisked away in a black SUV and taking off from the airport around 6:00 PM 30 minutes after arriving.

The footage sparked claims Trump could be charged by the DOJ amid its explosive investigation into his handling of classified documents after his departure.

Despite the rainy weather, the ex-president was later pictured playing golf at his Virginia golf course, just a short drive from Dulles.

Trump tweeted around noon Monday that he was “working today at @TrumpWashingtonDC on the Potomac River.” What an incredible place!’

He also provided a link to the property, leading some to question whether he wanted to sell his golf club in Virginia.

George Conway, the husband of former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, commented when Trump arrived in DC on Sunday that “it’s not exactly golfing weather here.”

“It’s in court — I mean, it’s raining,” he added.

“I have no charge — I mean, insight — into what’s going on here,” Conway clarified in another satirical misstep.

The FBI raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence on Aug. 8 to recover a slew of materials he took from the White House when he left office.

The DOJ warns that the deleted documents and classified materials that are improperly stored could cause a breach of U.S. national security.

Trump arrived Sunday evening at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, DC wearing golf shoes, a polo shirt and a brown jacket as he exited the plane without his usually large entourage

Trump arrived Sunday evening at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, DC wearing golf shoes, a polo shirt and a brown jacket as he exited the plane without his usually large entourage

Trump arrived Sunday evening at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, DC wearing golf shoes, a polo shirt and a brown jacket as he exited the plane without his usually large entourage

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1663080216 698 Trump was pictured on his DC course WITHOUT clubs

George Conway, husband of former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, noted that it hasn’t been “wave weather” in DC lately, suggesting the former president is in town for other reasons

Former President Trump drives around his golf course at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Monday, Sept. 12

Former President Trump drives around his golf course at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Monday, Sept. 12

Trump and Yasir Al-Rumayyan ride a golf cart during The LIV Golf Invitational at Trump's Bedminster, New Jersey golf club on July 30

Trump and Yasir Al-Rumayyan ride a golf cart during The LIV Golf Invitational at Trump's Bedminster, New Jersey golf club on July 30

A comparison shows Trump on Monday (left), where no gold clubs are present on the cart, and in July (right), where golf clubs are kept on the back of his cart during The LIV Golf Invitational at his club in Bedminster, New Jersey

In February, Trump handed over 15 boxes of presidential material to the National Archives after it was revealed that he was not cooperating with the Presidential Records Act, which requires presidents to keep all of their service material.

The law notes that records do not belong to the office holder, but to the people.

A re-surfaced video from DailyMail.com shows Trump boarding a private jet packed with file boxes in 2021 — amid rumors he could be charged with having classified documents in his Mar-a-Lago mansion.

The May 2021 video shows former president and former first lady Melania heading to Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, after wintering in Florida after leaving the White House.

The original report stated that “assistants appear to have carried a number of boxes on the run.”

What the public did not know at the time is that there were tense exchanges at the time between administration lawyers and Trump’s representatives over boxes of material from Trump’s White House that had been brought to his private club in Florida.

The video has now resurfaced in light of the DOJ’s investigation and because of its timing — just three days after the FBI contacted the Trump representative to request the return of government material.

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