Greg Kelly shared that he met with the former president at his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida over the weekend, according to The BizPac Review.

Kelly claims that he hooked up to play a game of golf with the former president.

Kelly described Trump as being upbeat and dialed into political issues and events and did not seem to be put off by his second impeachment trial.

Kelly, a lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps Reserves and a former AV-8B Harrier pilot, said, “Spent the weekend in Florida, I just got back this morning. I can’t go into too many details because it was off the record.”

“President Trump, spent some time with him yesterday on the golf course and I can tell you this — his spirits are high, he looks great, and he’s on top of everything, everything.”

“This guy does not look like he’s retired. Maybe someday I can tell you a few more details.”

“The office will be responsible for managing President Trump’s correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities to advance the interests of the United States and to carry on the agenda of the Trump Administration through advocacy, organizing, and public activism.”

Corey Lewandowski said, “Without divulging too much information, just before I came on I was speaking with the former president from Mar-a-Lago and he said, one, to wish you the best and thank you for all the hard work that you’re doing here on this network.”

“Did you notice, as I did, his spirits?” Kelly asked. “He’s very, very upbeat. He’s rarin’ to go, I think.”

“Well, the media will never tell you that,” Lewandowski replied. “They’ll say it’s all doom and gloom and that he’s miserable and his hunkered down but that’s just not the truth.

“I have the privilege to talk to him a lot. He’s very excited.”

“He has fought back every day and most of the media hate that,” Lewandowski said.

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Kelly then closed out his segment describing some back-and-forth with a National Guard soldier who was among a group of about a dozen who were instructing deplaning passengers to fill out COVID-related forms, later ripping Gov. Andrew Cuomo for ordering them into New York airports.

Kelly has often voiced his support for Trump, who has since opened an Office of the Former President through which he intends to remain active in Republican politics.