President Donald Trump has announced in a tweet that he’ll be teeing it up with golf stars Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson at his golf club in Florida on Friday afternoon, the day after Thanksgiving. “After Turkey call,” he wrote in his tweet, “I will be heading over to Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter, to play golf (quickly) with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson.
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Playing with Tiger & DJ will be Trump's 75th game since taking office on January 20th apparently 😳 As a full time golf journalist I've managed about 40 in that same 10 month period🏌️
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