Fox News reports:
New Jersey’s attorney general is seeking to revoke the liquor license for one of President Trump’s three golf courses in the state in response to a 2015 fatal crash involving an intoxicated driver who flipped his car after he’d just played a round of golf at the club, according to reports.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal [photo] — who oversees the state Department of Law and Public Safety Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control — laid out the charges against Trump National Golf Club Colts Neck in a letter Monday.
Grewal, who was appointed in 2018 by Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, claims the course violated its license that day by serving a visibly intoxicated man alcohol and by serving liquor from a mobile cart that passes through the course — instead of solely beer as the license mandates.
Under New Jersey law, if a company loses its liquor license at one location, it loses all of the others statewide.
— Peter Stevenson (@PeterWStevenson) October 24, 2019
Trump’s New Jersey golf club could lose its liquor license; latest Trump property to face alcohol-related complaint https://t.co/LCc4q9xWTr
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) October 24, 2019
New Jersey may revoke the liquor license for one of President Trump’s golf club over an incident that led to a man’s death in 2015, a letter from the state readshttps://t.co/h1e1dqm92E
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) October 25, 2019