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White House Forced To Issue Statement Over Trump/McIlroy Golf Date

White House Forced To Issue Statement Over Trump/McIlroy Golf Date
By Gavin Cooney Updated
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Rory McIlroy has found himself at the heart of some controversy over the past 24 hours, after it emerged that he played a round of golf with noted arsehole, Donald Trump.

McIlroy told NoLayingUp.com that he and the US President were part of a fourball along with Nick Mullen of International Sports Management and Rich Levine, a friend of Trump's. McIlroy received the request to play with Trump on Saturday night. He apparently rode in a golf cart with the 70-year-old for the round.

McIlroy revealed that, across the 18 holes, Trump "probably shot around 80. He’s a decent player for a guy in his 70s". There also emerged this abhorrent photo, which McIlroy will end up regretting in a couple of years:

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Remarkably, he has had 6 (SIX) golf outings since taking office just over a month ago, a level of commitment some pro golfers cannot match.

In revealing that he played 18 holes with Trump, McIlroy contradicted official word from the White House, who claimed that Trump had only stayed on the course for a few holes. When the truth emerged, the White House were forced to issue a statement:

 

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