The man who trashed Obama every time he set foot on a golf course is already set to out golf Obama as president by a country mile. President Trump recently dedicated the tournament trophy at his Bedminster, NJ golf course to hurricane survivors, including Puerto Ricans, which many people viewed as a slap in the face to Puerto Rico.
In 2015, Trump bragged about his golf game to Time magazine, saying, “You know, I’ve had great success. Even in golf, I’ve won many golf club championships. I don’t know if you guys play golf. But to win a club championship is hard, literally hard. And you have to beat scratch players. You got a lot of good players.”
Here’s the catch. Trump’s name is listed as club champion at all 19 of his golf courses.
Check out the tweet below:
— Matt Katz (@mattkatz00) June 5, 2017
The Washington Post did some digging and found that one of his so-called championships was in 1999 at Trump International Golf Club. The strange part is that the club didn’t open until the year 2000.
Trump’s narcissistic persistence to glorify his every move extends all the way to his golf game. What makes this a more significant issue than golf is how this represents a microcosm of the vaster Trump. And in case you were wondering, Associated Press just conducted a study on Trump that reveals the truth about our president.
Contrary to what the President might believe, most Americans do not like him. That’s right. It’s not “fake news” or “Dems” out to get him or a conspiracy to hide just how awesome he is. Surveys show he quite literally is unpopular.
And for someone obsessed with numbers, Trump should pay attention to this one. According to Associated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey, only a measly thirty-two percent approve of Trump’s action since taking office. The rest of the country, a whopping sixty-seven percent completely disapproval of his role in the White House.
The President’s popularity dropped nearly ten percent between March and June. Top reasons for this sudden drop is widespread dislike of Trump, disapproval of his response to Puerto Rico, and increased distrust of the man.
Further disapproval took place when Trump attacked San Juan Mayor, Carmen Yulin Cruz, for crying out to the media on behalf of her people. According to the survey, more than 1,500 people were interviewed, leaving a margin of error at 4.2 percent.
In short, a lot of people don’t like the President, no matter how often he pretends otherwise.
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