You can calculate just about anything online: How many balloons it would take to make your house float like the house does in Up, how much caffeine it would take to kill you, or the how fast you should move in the rain in order to stay as dry as possible.
So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there’s now a site called “Is Trump At Mar-A-Lago?” that tells you how much money Trump’s frequent trips to his West Palm Beach estate have cost taxpayers (Spoiler alert: a lot. Happy almost-tax day!). It also calculates what that money could be used for instead. (Select from options like “Meals on Wheels,” “Pell Grants,” or “Homelessness Aid.”)
Put together by the Center for American Progress Action Fund, the site includes information about how these numbers were calculated. Because transparency is a good thing—unless we’re talking about tax returns or White House visitor logs, I guess.