The latest anti-Trump statement does not concern collusion with Russia, its taxes or its tweets. He talks about his favorite pastime.
The new book by Rick Reilly, a long-time sports writer, on the relationship between the president and the gulf takes more than one turn to the commander-in-chief. He explains in detail how Trump encountered a local opposition when building one of his international journeys and includes the allegations of his colleagues. that he's cheating.
Reilly, a former columnist for Sports Illustrated and ESPN, described in detail in his book "The Commander Explains How Trump Explains Golf". Trump was one day found in a nasty conflict with the locals while he was undertaking to build the Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeen, Scotland. , in 2006.
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According to Reilly, Trump thought that the properties surrounding the site of his course was "ugly" and tried to convince two owners to sell their land – before showing his "official interest" in the construction of the course.
According to the book, Trump reportedly sent his project manager to find out if the neighbors would sell. They refused, but Trump decided to buy the rest of the field and began to build his course.
After Trump was banned from using what Scotland calls a "compulsory purchase" – similar to an eminent domain – he began to take on neighbors, according to the new book. Two of the neighbors, identified as Michael Forbes and David Milne, were willing to resume their impetus against the president.
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When the president visited the course in 2016, the two men made fun of Trump by deploying Mexican flags on their properties.
The new book also dealt with allegations that the president was not always honest about the course.
Reilly detailed once that Trump played with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson soon after becoming president. Brad Faxon, an analyst at Trump partner Fox Sports, said the president had scored a score that did not count two bullets he had hit in the water.
Faxon recalled that he was laughing at the situation at the time, "because Trump was counting for a seven, but he claimed it was for a four, which would have brought three with his free shot on the hole. "
A second allegation was made following a party played by the president with Jon Gruden, Ron Jaworski and Mike Tirico.
Tirico is reminded to have touched a shot that had landed near the keel on a par 5. However, when the long-time sports broadcaster came to the green, he was shocked to find his ball in the bunker. Tirico told Reilly that Trump's younger brother had explained what had happened.
"Trump's younger brother came to me and said," You know you shot par 5? It was about 10 feet from the hole. Trump threw it into the bunker. I watched it, said Tirico to Reilly in the book.
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Reilly stung his criticism of Trump in the book: "He cheats on the highest level. He cheats when people watch and cheats when they are not. He cheats whether you like it or not. He cheats because that's how he plays golf, how he learned it, and that's what he needs. Whether you are a pharmacist or Tiger Woods, if you play golf with him, he will cheat. "
The White House did not respond to a request for comment from Fox News.