Watch Trump Brag About His Golfing Skills [VIDEO]

Via Mediaite:

According to NBC News, President Donald Trump has, since taking the Oath of Office, spent 73 days at one of his golf courses. A few pictures have emerged during that time, but not much footage of Trump playing has gone public. Until now.

After two quick practice swings, the President stepped up and hit a mid-iron to what seemed like a good spot — given the reaction of his playing partners. No one, of course, admired the shot more than Trump — who apparently also cranked his drive. “You didn’t know Trump could hit two shots like that, did you?” Trump said to a few other golfers as he drove past.

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“You didn’t know Trump could hit two shots like that” – @realdonaldtrump

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  • TCinBerkeley

    Is there any amount of attention that could fill the emotional black hole that is this guy?

    • S1AMER

      Short answer: No.

      Longer answer: Hell, no.

  • zhera

    If only he would stay on the golf course all the time, and forget he’s got a very important job in the White House. Imagine the low stress levels for the world!

    • greenmanTN

      Unfortunately he raided Hell for his cabinet and they could probably get more done if he wasn’t there distracting them.

  • Kevin Perez

    Can we have him play more golf and less Prezidenting?

    • S1AMER

      Isn’t the world safer if he’s NOT in the White House?

  • S1AMER

    “Pathetic” used to be a very useful word. But it’s become woefully inadequate for these times. (Sigh …)

  • tbj5

    He then took his two-inch dick out and started pathetically jacking it.

  • PickyPecker
    • Todd20036

      We all saw pictures of his mom. She looked like she pretty much hated everyone, including herself.

      • ByronK

        Not as much as her hairdresser hated her.

      • jmax

        I noticed the wrinkles between her eyebrows and under the corners of her mouth, like her face was frozen in a constant scowl. No crow’s feet from smiling.

  • Joe in PA

    I’m surprised he didn’t pull a Bush: “watch this“.

    Sigh.

    • Lars Littlefield

      Maybe if we sent Trump a big bag of Frito corn chips.

  • Snarkaholic
  • Gustav2

    Two practice swings? That would cost you a stroke in my family.

    • shellback

      With any luck he may have a stroke.

    • greenmanTN

      From your lips to god’s ear.

  • gaycuckhubby

    Ummm… how does Kelley feel about Trump using his sons death like this?

    https://twitter.com/kaitlancollins/status/920288039028559872

  • Mark McGovern

    Thanks Joe, but I’d rather stick needles in my nuts than watch that video.

  • Bluto
    • Snarkaholic

      And the new variety: Screw Ups!

  • Skokieguy [Larry]

    Hey Trump, did you know Obama is a better golfer than you? Oh, and by the way, his penis is waaaay bigger.

    • Stogiebear

      So were his inauguration crowds.

      • kareemachan

        And hands.
        And popularity #’s.
        And IQ.
        And taste in a wife.
        And children he can be proud of.

        Etc.

    • Lars Littlefield

      Obama’s penis is the biglyest.

    • Todd20036

      And how do you know? Hmmm???? *bats eyelashes*

    • bzrd

      No one is better than the Resident Nazi, remember he cheats at everything he does

  • PickyPecker
    • Todd20036

      He thinks women find himself sexy. And he probably doesn’t see himself as obese.

    • kareemachan

      Why does he wear white and ivory together? They sure as hell don’t go very well with his skin tone.

      You’d think Melanoma would take him in hand, but considering she thinks stilettos are the thing to wear to a disaster zone, well…

      • JCF

        I think the “ivory” is actually khaki. Some combination of fade, and photo colors washed out in sunlight…

    • Joe in PA

      Just imagine that nekkid, go ahead, just imagine.

      Weight loss program by Joe™

      • greenmanTN

        “You trying to make me sick or something?!” -Roseanne Rosannadanna

      • PickyPecker
        • Joe in PA

          Awwwwh, a nice palette cleanser. 🙂

      • bambinoitaliano

        One does not have to imagine. That naked statute of him touring around the country during the last election is pretty much on scale.

    • Robert Schaaf

      Thank you! This is going straight to Facebook.

    • olandp

      It is always the fat guy with greasy hair that wears the dirty “No Fat Chicks” t-shirt

    • JCF

      I love that scene in “Sex and the City”, where (in a casino) a fat loser fat shames newly post-partum Miranda. The Girls Attack! “Hey, she just had a baby!” “What’s your excuse?” “Ya having triplets?”

  • Thorn Spike

    Referring to himself in the third person? Nothing abnormal about that at all.

    • Tawreos

      He was in his publicist persona.

      • greenmanTN

        John Barron, reporting from the golf course.

    • CanuckDon

      If you were him, would you want to admit it by talking in first person lingo?

    • Todd20036

      When he’s prouder of his golf game than about his regime, you know it’s bad.

      • Bob Conti

        Hell, he has more to be proud of when he gets off the toilet than what he’s managed to “accomplish” so far.

    • another_steve

      Doesn’t the Queen of England do that?

      • coram nobis

        In the plural, as in, “Prime Minister, We are not going to see that fat orange oaf. How dare you tell Us to stoop to that level?”

    • ByronK

      It so creeps me out when people do that.

    • coram nobis

      Julius Caesar did that, in the Commentaries, didn’t he?

      Of course, his Senate took a dislike to him later on, and …

    • Bob Conti
      • David Gervais

        Not the same; the “Royal We” means we as representing the entire nation. The pResident does not represent anyone but himself.

      • Thorn Spike

        That’s actually the first person plural, or the “Royal We.”

        • Bob Conti

          Jezzus on a Cracker, it was just a joke with subtle character defect undertones and a dash of sarcasm…

          • Thorn Spike

            Sorry. Big grammar geek here.

          • Bob Conti

            It’s cool.

  • Tawreos

    I think that if we are paying him to golf he needs to let the whole match be filmed and we get to see what he put on his score card. I bet the actual shots and the recorded shots don’t match.

  • Friday

    Actually, Drumph, it’s more like no one cares if you *ever* golf *well,* but it’s a foregone conclusion you’d brag about it all the time if you did, and the only reasonable assumption is you lie and cheat about it regardless, just like in everything else you do.

  • mikeinftl

    He certainly has no skills at running a government.

    • Adam King

      He’s pretty good at sowing chaos and senseless destruction.

  • JustDucky
    • Joe in PA

      BTW, nice avatar. 🙂

    • coram nobis

      Mr. President? Shouldn’t you wear spurs when you mount up?

      • Mr.President shouldn’t you be riding side saddle when mounting the sow?

    • bambinoitaliano

      Scientists were baffled by the unknown species then. We know better now. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/123d719bc938177c8c23d9dcaa3eab586783e12ced83192443ddf3aa09ba4755.jpg

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  • carrot festival

    Unless you tell me there is a horrific golf cart crash in this video, I’m not watching.

  • worstcultever

    Can this diseased old POS take more than 20 steps on his own power?

    • greenmanTN

      Based on the G7 Summit, no.

      • coram nobis

        And I’ve walked that street in Taormina. It’s an easy walk from one end of the old town to the other, and from the Greek amphitheater to the G7 hotel was less than half that. Donald is a 300-lb weakling.

        • Dave F.

          300? You’re being way too generous. I’m as tall as he is and around 300 – his ass is three times the size of mine. The only presidential record he may be breaking is that he outweighs Taft.

  • coram nobis

    Time for more analysis.

    JUDY WOODRUFF: … the Donald Trump phenomenon. For commentary, our panel of experts are the late Niccolò Macchiavelli, currently a fellow at the Plato Institute in Washington, and the late Alexander Hamilton, former Treasury Secretary and currently starring in a hit Broadway show. Welcome, gentlemen.
    NICK: Thank you, Judy.
    JUDY: So, Mr. Secretary, before we start, how’s it feel to be a Broadway star?
    ALEX: (chuckle) Well, it’s not what I would have written, but it captures a good mood, I deem.
    JUDY: And Donald’s latest actions? Nick?
    NICK: Quel pagliaccio? I wrote about good and bad princes, but I never pictured a demented, aging court jester as king.
    ALEX: Hollywood did try to picture it. “The Court Jester.”
    NICK: Yes, marvelous film, but Danny Kaye was more dignified. Donald makes Danny Kaye’s jester look like Abraham Lincoln.
    ALEX: I didn’t picture any kind of king in the White House. They never put it to music on Broadway, but in Federalist No. 69 I wrote (ahem):

    “The President of the United States would be an officer elected by the people for FOUR years; the king of Great Britain is a perpetual and HEREDITARY prince. The one would be amenable to personal punishment and disgrace; the person of the other is sacred and inviolable. … The one can confer no privileges whatever; the other can make denizens of aliens, noblemen of commoners; can erect corporations with all the rights incident to corporate bodies. The one can prescribe no rules concerning the commerce or currency of the nation; the other is in several respects the arbiter of commerce, and in this capacity can establish markets and fairs, can regulate weights and measures, can lay embargoes for a limited time, can coin money, can authorize or prohibit the circulation of foreign coin. The one has no particle of spiritual jurisdiction; the other is the supreme head and governor of the national church!”

    JUDY: Not what you envisioned, was it?
    ALEX: I would have said Donald is King George III, but King George was never that demented. Ever.
    NICK: I did envision someone like Donald, but he wouldn’t have lasted five minutes in Renaissance Italy. I wrote:

    “… the prince must consider, as has been in part said before, how to avoid those things which will make him hated or contemptible; and as often as he shall have succeeded he will have fulfilled his part, and he need not fear any danger in other reproaches.

    It makes him hated above all things, as I have said, to be rapacious, and to be a violator of the property and women of his subjects, from both of which he must abstain. …

    It makes him contemptible to be considered fickle, frivolous, effeminate, mean-spirited, irresolute, from all of which a prince should guard himself as from a rock; and he should endeavour to show in his actions greatness, courage, gravity, and fortitude; and in his private dealings with his subjects let him show that his judgments are irrevocable, and maintain himself in such reputation that no one can hope either to deceive him or to get round him.”

    ALEX: Ha! That’s Donald, all right. Oh, and I did have some caveats.
    JUDY: Federalist No. 72.
    ALEX: Yes. “An avaricious man, who might happen to fill the office, looking forward to a time when he must at all events yield up the emoluments he enjoyed, would feel a propensity, not easy to be resisted by such a man, to make the best use of the opportunity he enjoyed while it lasted, and might not scruple to have recourse to the most corrupt expedients to make the harvest as abundant as it was transitory … Add to this that the same man might be vain or ambitious, as well as avaricious. And if he could expect to prolong his honors by his good conduct, he might hesitate to sacrifice his appetite for them to his appetite for gain. But with the prospect before him of approaching an inevitable annihilation, his avarice would be likely to get the victory over his caution, his vanity, or his ambition.”

    Try singing that, Broadway!
    NICK: Until Donald came along, I would have thought “emoluments” was an ointment, the sort of thing RiteAid sells under the Jergens label. $1.69 for a 12-oz squeeze bottle. Squirt!!
    ALEX, JUDY: (laughter).
    JUDY: Now we turn to Paul Solman and his analysis of today’s stock market crash.
    PAUL: Thank you, Judy. The latest tweets from Donald Trump regarding the balance of trade sent shares into a tailspin from the opening bell …
    -30-

    • Joe in PA

      LOL:

      Donald makes Danny Kaye’s jester look like Abraham Lincoln.

      • coram nobis

        Yea, verily, yea!

    • The_Wretched

      Well done

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      Splendido! Magnifico! Eccellente! Eccezionale!

  • bambinoitaliano

    Everything that comes out of this fucking moron mouth is a projection of his shortcoming. And it’s a long list for this defective human species.

  • another_steve

    Perhaps it would just be easier if we amended the Constitution of the United States to prohibit billionaire hetero guys from being President.

    • gaycuckhubby

      But I heard that Mark Cuban was our new savior

      • DaMoldBrok

        A friend that lives in Texas, made a comment that Mark Cuban is a dangerous person. Not sure what that meant, but did give me question to his ability to be #46.

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      Just amend the tax codes to prohibit billionaires.

  • Michael R
  • bambinoitaliano

    Why does he not tweet and drive the cart. Would love to see him tip over into the pond of hungry alligators.

  • Bluto
    • Rambie

      Isn’t that swastika painted backward? If so it must be from a Trump supporter.

      • Bluto

        good call.

  • Harveyrabbit

    Speaking of tRump has anyone ever seen or heard him laugh? I never have. He certainly smiles with that smirk of his or that broad, I’m so great grin but never ever have I seen a video of him laughing or even chuckling.

    I think it’s yet another severe personality deficiency.

  • gaycuckhubby
    • The_Wretched

      That’s good. He might weep bitter tears then when Trump SCT appointees end marriage for LGBTQ folks.

      • Todd20036

        Don’t count on it.

      • Ken M

        They were married in Austria.

        • gaycuckhubby

          He must have been thrilled by the recent elections there

        • UrsusArctos 🐻

          Which doesn’t recognize same sex marriage. They had to either wed in the US or have a consular official do it. I hope the “boyfriend” knows his law around SSM.

          • Ken M

            I’m going to hold off on more info for now. Just did some more digging. AXIOS is the only one carrying the story (all 3 lines), with a Silicone Beat follow up, using AXIOS as the source. AXIOS doesn’t list their “source.” What is agreed is that they were there for his 50th B-Day surprise party.

    • greenmanTN

      What do you buy for the piece of shit who has everything?

      • Bluto

        Scruples.

      • Treant

        A Russian bride.

        • greenmanTN

          Or Slovenian…

      • RationalismRules

        A father’s love?

    • JAKvirginia

      And I should care because… ?

  • boatboy_srq

    Lord Dampnut thinks he’s a great golfer because he’s constantly surrounded by sycophants who don’t dare tell him the truth for fear they might not get invited back.

  • Why do I get the feeling that you’re not supposed to knock a chunk of earth into the air when hitting the ball?

    • greenmanTN

      N00B!! 😉

    • EdA

      I don’t play golf … it’s too challenging trying to get the ball through the windmill. But I did see that there was some guy whose job includes replacing the dirt, which seems to happen enough for him to carry a bag of dirt along on the golf cart.

      • Bluto

        Proper golf etiquette requires a divot be replaced with the same loosened sod. This uncaring twat can’t even hire a lackey to do that properly.
        & you certainly don’t drive onto the driving or putting greens! He’s an uncouth golf course arsonist, imagine that.

        • JAKvirginia

          My course, my rules?

          • bzrd

            exactly

    • boatboy_srq

      That’s a Trumpigan. Same as a Mulligan, but subtract one stroke.

  • JT

    It’s amazing that golf cart can move at all with his fat ass in it.

    • Bob Conti

      It’s a special custom made golf cart, it travels in a C-17 along with his armor-plated limo (called “The Beast” by the Secret Service) when he travels. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/de2914a6bf98dc7d19f61725f972c971268306063ccf544f19d7a3821e1555d0.jpg

      • paganguy

        Isn’t there a certain irony that it’s from Classy Carts?

        • JCF

          Isn’t “Classy Carts” itself ironic?

          • paganguy

            Well… probably.

    • Canadian Observer

      I am just as amazed that the suspension doesn’t give way… impressive construction. Bigly!

  • What an insufferable cocksocket.

    • JAKvirginia

      “Insufferable cocksocket”. 5 stars. Stealing.

      • coram nobis

        The kind who wakes up with a wrench in his back.

  • Talisman

    So he sucks at golf, too.

    • AdamTh

      Surprised?

  • GayOldLady

    Trump has a big set of moobs to go with his bloated tummy and big ass.

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    Talking about oneself in third person is pompous……
    We are not amused

  • BlindBill

    I do not know the game, why is his ball on a putting green, and does a player normally drive from a putting green?

    • coram nobis

      The way he’s going, he’ll need a cart to get him from the club bar to the restaurant.

    • Bob Conti

      Only if it’s a long putt. A very long putt.

  • Renfield

    Just to be clear, this is considered a sport?

  • JWC

    check out Robin Wiiliams on Golf

  • Mickey Bitsko
    • Oh! The Duffer Dotard in Chief!

    • JCF

      I don’t think he could hit the ball this far.

  • boobert

    The game is rigged to keep him in a good mood! Villains get angry when they lose! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-D2k4P_mGM

  • I hope someone catches Trump cheating at golf on camera. I know it’s a small thing compared to actual crimes he’s likely to have committed, but it would crush his ego to be caught like that.

  • Halou

    That’s nothing. Kim Jong Il got 18 holes in one the first time he set foot on a golf course. That’s why Trump wants to go to war with NK. He is jealous.

  • M Jackson

    Thanks, but no.

  • John Kusters

    Wait, he talks about himself in the third person?!? Who does something like that???

  • Jack

    Thanks. I’ll pass.

  • JCF

    “Watch Trump…”

    Not seeing a gun to my head, I’ll pass.

    • Gianni

      😀 I take your meaning!

  • fuzzybits

    Hard pass here.

  • SDG

    Well, he sure can’t brag about his leadership skills, now can he?

  • Gianni

    73 days golfing is 2 1/2 months out of his nine month presidency. How is it that no one, reporter or any interviewer, ever presses him on this considering how he repeatedly denigrated Obama for golfing. (Donnie has likely already surpassed Obama’s EIGHT YEAR total for golf days.) I’d really like to see the Dumpster put on the spot about this. He told us he’d be too busy working in the White House to be off golfing so much. He probably got the words mixed up and meant…..”too busy golfing to be working in the White House, (the place he called ‘a dump’.)…”

  • Pete Wascher

    i remember trump climbing a hill on all fours, golf club in hand.