His brow furrowed, shoulders slightly slumped, Donald Trump seemed alone Saturday on his golf course near Washington. It was the physical reflection of a nightmarish weekend marked by his clear electoral defeat to Joe Biden and by the resounding cheers from the Democrat’s supporters massed outside the White House. –8:20 am Saturday: The day began with the wearying tension of a still unresolved race weighing on Americans nationwide. It was the fourth day of waiting for excruciatingly slow-arriving results, and Trump had railed on Twitter against the swelling projections of his defeat. As he has often done, he started the day with a series of angry and defiant tweets, messages immediately flagged as “misleading” by the social media platform. His last tweet before every major US network declared that he had lost to Biden: “I WON THIS ELECTION, BY A LOT!” Clenched jaw At 10:00 am, the presidential motorcade left the White House under a brilliant blue sky, Trump’s first time out of the historic residence since election night, Tuesday. In dark gray pants, a gray jacket and a white “Make America Great Again” hat, Trump soon arrived at his golf club across the Potomac River in Sterling, Virginia.