While the “former guy,” Donald Trump, is spending his enforced retirement much the way he spent his weekends during his presidency, playing golf, an incident on the greens today suggests that his time would be better spent taking an extensive anger management course.
The UK newspaper, The Daily Mail, is reporting that the corpulent golf fanatic had a major freakout after a “disappointing swing” while playing on the links at his Trump International Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Florida, this afternoon along with a sizeable group of companions that included pro golfer Bryson DeChambeau.
The Daily Mail reports that Trump appeared to be “in high spirits” for most of his Sunday afternoon round, but slammed his club into the ground in an “apparent fit of rage” after botching a crucial swing in front of his golfing pals.
Even better, the newspaper had the pictures to prove it, including one shot featuring his frequent partner in crime, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC).
Check out this action sequence:
Besides displaying Trump exposing his ferocious temper to his golfing guests, he also exposed the considerable paunch that is often disguised by the tailoring of his suits and the reported shapewear that constrains that jiggly belly when he is not wearing his golf attire.
Senator Graham’s presence at the weekend outing proves the hold that the former president still has on the senior members of the Republican party despite his responsibility for the GOP losing control of all of the elected branches of government during the time he presided over its declining fortunes.
At least, as far as we can tell, Trump avoided hitting himself or anyone else as he brandished his golf club as an instrument of brutality during his temper tantrum today.
The only apparent damage was to the golf course grounds and the club itself, neither of which suffered as much damage as our nation did during the course of Trump’s term in office.
Original reporting by The Daily Mail.
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