Ever since Donald Trump announced he was running for president in June 2015, he's found a way to break all the traditions of a candidate for office. In a newly uncovered audio tape, Trump is continuing that theme of going rouge.

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Donald Trump might be the President of the United States, but he hasn't been acting like the typical commander in chief. From his controversial policy proposals and executive orders, to his war with the mainstream media, and to his questionable cabinet selections, the billionaire real estate mogul has caused a constant stream of controversy to hang over his time in the White House.

As reported by Politico, and later The Hill, on February 18, Trump has broken tradition once again.

In a Leaked audio tape first obtained and released by Politico, Donald Trump could be heard speaking to friends at the Bedminster golf club in New Jersey. The conversation reportedly took place last November, not long after Trump had pulled off the upset and defeated Hillary Clinton to become the new president. In the tape, Trump invited his friends and other guests to join him to sit-in and watch his cabinet interviews, saying "It will be fun." "We’re doing a lot of interviews tomorrow, generals, dictators, we have everything," Trump told those in attendance, before adding, "You may wanna come around.

It’ll be fun."

Not stopping there, Donald Trump doubled down on the invitation moments later. "We have everybody coming in, if you want to come around, it’s going to be unbelievable, the president added, while noting, "so you might want to come along." Later on in the audio tape, the former host of "The Apprentice" went on to praise those who attended the golf club for their support of his candidacy, while referring to his election as a "monster." "“These are the people that came here in the beginning, when nobody knew what this monster was gonna turn out to be," Trump said, before asking, "right?"

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