President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton were just a couple of regular guys on the golf links Sunday.
The two men teed off at Joint Base Andrews for a high-powered round with Obama's trade ambassador, Ron Kirk, and Terry McAuliffe, former chairman of the DNC and Virginia gubernatorial candidate.
Obama's Sunday afternoon reprieve followed a busy morning for his administration with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner appearing on the talk show circuit pushing the president's budget deal. With 30 days left before the fiscal cliff deadline, Republicans maintained that both sides are at a stalemate over reaching an agreement.
There was no word on either president's golf score.