*From:* Alexander Kaufman <xxx@huffpost.com> *Date:* August 6, 2017 at 11:01:31 AM EDT
*Subject:* *Travel Pool Report #1*

Good morning.
The pool is once based out of a conference room at the Marriott in Bridgewater, N.J., where ABC News is playing on a large flatscreen TV to the right of a podium and a roughly 10-foot-tall American flag. More than a dozen journalists in the pool were provided tea and coffee, jars of hard candies, and kits of office supplies equipped with scissors, tape, permanent markers and Liquid Paper white-out.
The hotel is located about 12 miles southeast ofthe Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster -- a 20-minute drive with no traffic.
The White House has called a lunch lid until 6 p.m.
A White House official declined to give details on POTUS' agenda for the day. The official provided no update on the crash of U.S. military Osprey off the coast of Australia.
The official would not say whether POTUS plans to play golf, and declined to comment on photos posted yesterday to Instagram showing the president commiserating with guests and driving a cart on a golf course.
*Alexander C. Kaufman*
Business & Environment Reporter
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