- President Donald Trump is said to be upset that one of his club is no longer hosting the PGA Golf Championship than he is about possible impeachment again.
- Maggie Haberman of The New York Times reported Monday that Trump is “doomed” by the PGA decision to withdraw the 2022 Championship from his golf club in Bidminster, New Jersey.
- The report came as Democratic House of Representatives formally submitted an article to impeach Trump, accusing him of inciting insurrection.
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The loss of the privileges to host a professional golf tournament appears to have angered President Donald Trump more than other recent developments in the wake of the US Capitol riots that incited them.
Trump is “smashed” on America’s PGA the decision Sunday to withdraw the 2022 Championship from Trump Golf Course in Bedminster, New Jersey, Maggie Haberman from The New York Times mentioned on Monday.
—- Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 11, 2021
The termination of the contract came in response to Trump’s supporters storming the Capitol on Wednesday, according to PGA organizers. The chaos that occurred as Congress meets to validate President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election, has left five people dead, including a Capitol police officer. In the days that followed, Trump faced an increasing backlash from the CompaniesLegislators and voters.
“We find ourselves in a political situation not of our own making,” PGA CEO Seth Waugh Tell The Associated Press. “We are entrusted to our members, to the game, for our mission, and for our brand. How do we best protect that? Our sense of the tragic events of Wednesday that we can no longer keep in Bidminster. The damage could have been irreparable. The only real course of action was to leave. “
In a statement, the Trump Organization described the move as a “breach of contract” and said it had “invested several millions of dollars” in the event, the Associated Press reported.
The Times reports on Democratic House of Representatives came on Monday officially Submitted an article to impeach Trump on charges of inciting disobedience. The president will likely be impeached this week for a second time, as the Democrats have rallied Sounds enough To proceed with the procedures.
Sources close to him told The Times that Trump is “angry” about his impeachment, but is more upset about the cancellation of the golf tournament. The President, an avid golfer who owns multiple clubs, has made 321 golf trips over the past four years, according to his public database. Table. In the weeks following the November election, Trump played golf at least 15 times.