Bloomberg Politics has this item on more woes triggered from President Barack Obama’s golf outings during his Hawaii vacation. Excerpt:

Edward Mallue Jr. and Natalie Heimel had planned to tie the knot on the 16th tee at Kaneohe Klipper golf course when management informed them that they would have to wait a day so the president could hit the links.

Kaneohe Klipper is an 18-hole championship course on the military base that offers views of the Ko’olau Mountains and Pacific coastline.

The episode is the second time the president’s golf game has caused a commotion since he began his vacation last week.

Over the weekend, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak had to defend his recent golf outing with the president after being criticized back home.

The Army couple actually invited Obama to their wedding, knowing he would be on the island. However, the president declined the invitation, wishing them happiness. …

President Barack Obama waves to a small crowd gathered on road near the18th hole at the Mid Pacific Country Club. January 1, 2014. photo Cory Lum

President Barack Obama waves to a small crowd gathered on road near the18th hole at the Mid Pacific Country Club, Jan. 1, 2014.

Cory Lum/Civil Beat

As of Monday morning, the Los Angeles Times reports, “POTUS is resuming his morning trip for a workout at the Marine Corps Base Hawaii gym after a few days’ hiatus.”

The White House press pool reporter, Michael Memoli, adds, “More clouds than sun this morning on this second Monday of the Hawaii trip.”

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