Outraged Trump fans just hilariously lashed out after CNN caught him golfing

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It’s hardly news at this point that President Trump spends more time on the golf course practicing his swing than he does in the White House actually governing.

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The media has exhaustively covered his costly trips to his golf courses, with many of them pointing out the abject hypocrisy of the habit. As a private citizen, Donald repeatedly criticized then-President Obama for his infrequent games of golf, painting the few trips he took as a huge waste of time. Now that’s he’s in office, Trump has far outstripped Obama in terms of time spent golfing.

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A short sampling of the tweets in question:

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On Christmas, Trump tweeted that it was time for him to get back to work.

Not surprisingly, it was an insincere sentiment and rather than getting back to work, he decided instead to go golfing for the umpteenth time. CNN caught him on camera and the AP reported that he went golfing with a pro golfer, former PGA player, and Senator David Perdue (R-GA). 

Strangely, not only do Trump supporters not seem to care that he spends so much time golfing even after he slammed Obama for it, they are angry that CNN dared to cover the president’s wasteful leisure time. MAGAheads took to Twitter en masse to slam the news network over the story in a pathetic display of unhinged zealotry.

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The outburst from Trump’s supporters demonstrates once again how removed from reality they are. They’re so deeply devoted to hero-worshipping their reality television conman that they’re filled with rage whenever someone tries to pop their delusional little bubble. They don’t want to believe that Trump is a failed president and they can’t accept that he’d rather golf than govern. Instead of rethinking their assumptions, they prefer instead to kill the messenger.

Robert Haffey

Robert Haffey is a political writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.

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