Donald Trump, Sen. Lindsey Graham spent the day golfing at Trump's course in Virginia

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President Donald Trump is spending Columbus Day at his golf club in Virginia.

The president arrived at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling just before noon Monday. The White House said he will be golfing with Republican Sen. Lindsay Graham.

According to USA Today, White House officials said in a statement that Trump and Graham discussed immigration, tax reform, government funding and health care.

The pairing may seem odd to some, given Trump and Graham's quarrelsome history. Graham even refused to support Trump for president prior to the 2016 election.

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Graham said in a tweet he had "great fun," and that President Trump was a "great host." Graham even lampooned himself for his play, saying he did better in the 2016 presidential race, in which he got only

Trump has regularly visited golf courses throughout his presidency, though his staff does not always confirm that he played.

As a candidate he attacked former President Barack Obama, saying he spent too much time playing golf.

(ABC News 4 contributed additional information to this report)

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