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Trump wants to delay revealing how much golf trips cost taxpayers until after the election

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The Trump administration is reportedly attempting to delay Democratic efforts to reveal how much the Secret Service spends on protecting President Donald Trump and his family when they travel according to a report by The Washington Post.

The issue emerged as Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin attempts to bring the Secret Service back under his department, where it had been housed from its foundation in 1865 until 2003 when it was moved to the Department of Homeland Security. 

Democrats have said they will support the bill, but only if it also requires the Secret Service to disclose how much it has spent protecting the president and his family as they travel within 120 days of the bill being passed. 

While Mnuchin has agreed to this requirement he wants these disclosures to begin 2021, after this year's election.