“Donald, give me a f——— break,” he told Donald Trump.
“You’ve been hacking away in the g——— weeds all day. You do not lie there.”
Trump responded by noting that “the guys I play with cheat all the time” and that he had to cheat “just to keep up with them.”
“I don’t even know who he is.”
“I don’t drop balls, I don’t move balls. I don’t need to.”
“There’s very few people that can beat me in golf.”
Rocker Alice Cooper reported the same problem with Trump.
“The worst celebrity golf cheat? I wish I could tell you that. It would be a shocker. I played golf with Donald Trump one time. That’s all I’m going to say.”
Rick Reilly, an ESPN analyst who wrote a book about playing golf with celebrities, also concurred that Trump is a cheater.
“When it comes to cheating, he’s an 11 on a scale of one to 10,” he said.
“He took the world’s first gimme chip-in.”
Instead of denying cheating, Trump attacked Reilly personally. Trump said:
“I always thought he was a terrible writer,” he said.
“I absolutely killed him, and he wrote very inaccurately. I would say that he’s a very dishonest writer.”
“I never took a gimme chip shot. I don’t do gimme chip shots.”
Trump is at Mar a logo again this weekend. Trump attacked Obama questioning both his citizenship and the expense of his vacations. “President Obama’s vacation is costing taxpayers millions of dollars—-Unbelievable!” Trump tweeted in 2012. Two years later, Trump tweeted that “Obama’s motto” was: “If I don’t go on taxpayer funded vacations & constantly fundraise then the terrorists win.”
Now that Trump is the president – and it appears that he is on track to spend many more millions of taxpayer dollars on trips that might be construed as vacations for him and his family than Obama ever dreamed of. By one sketchy estimate, Trump and his family, in their security and travel demands, have already rung up as much in accounts payable by taxpayers as the Obama and Biden families did in eight years, a figure elsewhere calculated, by the Washington DC-based Judicial Watch, as topping $97m. Even if that estimate is high, the number of trips to Mar a logo is embarrassing, and outrageously expensive.
Trump didn’t suggest that Obama wire-tapped his golf cart. However, Trump did tweet in the early morning hours, at 5:49 a.m., from his Mar a logo resort, that Obama did wire-tap his home in Trump towers.
Trump tweeted that President Obama had his “wires tapped” in Trump Tower before Election Day. Not surprisingly, Trump failed to provide a single source for this accusation.
“Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” he wrote.
“Is it legal for a sitting President to be “wire tapping” a race for president prior to an election? Turned down by court earlier. A NEW LOW!” he added in subsequent tweets. “I’d bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to Election!”
Of course Trump had no proof of any such wire tapping. It was just another example of Trump spewing “fake news”.
When he finished tweeting about President Obama, Trump then turned his attack on Arnold Schwarzenegger, tweeting at 7:19 am:
“Even if asked [to do it again] I would decline,” Schwarzenegger told Empire magazine . “I learned a lot, I had a great time, it was a really great opportunity. But under the circumstances, I don’t want to do it again.”
“With Trump being involved in the show people have a bad taste and don’t want to participate as a spectator or sponsor or in any other way support the show. It’s a very divisive period right now and I think the show got caught up in all that division.”Schwarzenegger’s ratings as host of “Apprentice” have lagged far behind Trump’s, finishing the season last in its time slot among the four broadcast networks.
In his remarks Friday, he blamed Trump for the bad numbers.
“It’s not about the show,” Schwarzenegger said. “Because everyone I ran into came up to me and said ‘I love the show…but I turned it off as I read Trump’s name I’m outta there.’”
“When people found out that Trump was still involved as executive producer and was still receiving money from the show, then half the people [started] boycotting it,” he added.
Despite still serving as executive producer, Trump has more than once mocked the drop in viewership.
“Now compare him to my season 1,” Trump tweeted in January.
It seems that Trump’s most paranoid moments come early in the morning. His tweets are characterized by paranoia, retaliation, and early morning hours. It’s as if Trump’s medications have worn off but it isn’t time yet to take his early morning dose. Instead of focusing on governance he is focused on celebrities. Instead of focusing on the cataclysmic decline in his popularity cause by the multiple Russian connections between Trump and his cabinet, Trump is focused on the “leaking”of the information regarding the Russia connnections. He is so gripped by paranoia that he is obsessing over leakers while ignoring the collapse of his presidency around him. Trump is obsessed with his fear that he is unable to trust anyone around him instead of concerning himself with the challenge of leading the country. Within a few weeks of taking the oath of office, Trump is spinning out of control. He is more concerned with attacking his critics than directly addressing any criticisms.
Trump has said that Meryl Streep is one of the most overrated actresses in Hollywood, that SNL is the worst of NBC. Not funny, cast is terrible, always a complete hit job. Really bad television! ,that the media are very dishonest people, that the Pope as disgraceful, that journalists are the “the enemy of the people,” that members of his own F.B.I. as “leakers” who he said were putting the nation at risk, that Paul Ryan was a man who didn’t know how to win and a person who is totally disloyal, that Ben Carson is a liar, and likened his temper to a “pathological disease” as incurable as that of a child molester, that the New York Times was biased, that Jon Stewart shouldn’t have changed his name, that the military isn’t interested in winning a fight, that the federal judges considering the constitutionality of his ban on Muslim immigrants were biased, and that Democrats investigating Jeff Sessions’ connections to Russia are engaged in a witch hunt, Trump even attacked an innocent young women, Lauren Batchelder, an 18 year old college student who told Donald Trump that she didn’t think he was “a friend to women.”Trump fired back on Twitter – calling Batchelder an “arrogant young woman” and accusing her of being a “plant” from a rival campaign. When a man wearing a yamukkah asked about anti-semitism, Trump was rude and told the journalist to sit down.