President Donald Trump made good on his promise to donate his taxpayer-funded salary, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Monday.
Trump donated his first-quarter salary to the National Park Service, a federal agency in charge of preserving America’s natural resources.
Trump's first quarter salary comes out to about $78,000.
Presidents make $400,000 in annual income. During his campaign, Trump pledged not to take the presidential perk.
“No, I’m not gonna take the salary. I’m not taking it,” he said in November.
He has recently been criticized by some media outlets for not providing “proof” that he is truly donating the money.
Reporters also recently pressed Spicer about where Trump's salary was going:
It's unclear if Trump will donate each quarter of his salary to NPS or if he will spread the money around to other organizations and charities.
Trump will be the third U.S. president to forego his salary, following in the footsteps of John F. Kennedy and Herbert Hoover.