Bush spent about a 3rd of his entire presidency on vacation.. Obama isn't even near that amount.. I just don't think anyone has any room to complain about Obama taking 20 days off.. Not to mention how much it costs.. Nobody complained about the countless times he want to the 'Western Whitehouse', or had it remodeled..
The righties don't actually need room to complain. They just do it anyway. He served overly expensive canapés when Republican leaders visited the White House. He returned the bust of Churchill that the British Embassy had lent to Bush. He did not appear to be wearing a flag lapel pin. He did appear to be ogling the derriere of a pretty girl at a G-8 summit. He replaced the carpet in the Oval Office. And of course, he was off on a $200 million per day trip to India. If they could think of a way to blame Obama for the sun's rising in the east, they'd complain about that too. They are all just a joke.
It's not a case study on "conservative delusion". It's a case study on selective politics, that's not "conservative" or "liberal" in nature. Both sides have a majority stake in that concept.
$4 million in the grand total is a drop in the bucket. Most of which is money that likely goes into ANY travel he takes. While I would commend the notion of forgoing a regular, typical, presidential vacation as a symbolic gesture I don't particularly feel that such a gesture is needed or worthy of condemnation if it doesn't occur.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.