President Trump will participate in the trophy ceremony for the Presidents Cup golf tournament Sunday after a weekend in which his handling of Puerto Rico's recovery from multiple hurricanes is being questioned.

According to the White House's daily schedule, Trump is going to go to the Liberty National Golf Club to spend a few hours taking in the final round of the tournament.

He will then participate in the trophy ceremony at the end of the tournament.

The appearance at the golf club will come as Trump is being criticized for his administration's handling of the response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

Trump has been engaging in a feud with Carmen Yulin Cruz, the mayor of San Juan, over the government's response to the crisis. The storm has left 55 percent of the island's residents without access to clean water and millions are without power.

Former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama all appeared at the tournament on Thursday.