Trump was just busted trying to use North Korean nuclear summit as excuse to play golf


Now that President Trump has somehow stumbled his way back into a vitally important denuclearization summit with the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea and its leader, Kim Jong-un, our notoriously lazy president is forced to face his worst fear: actually having to do some work.

But don’t worry; while many presidents would be anxiously preparing for the summit, meeting with advisors and the leaders of allied nations, Trump has a different issue on his mind: how he can use this historic moment to sneak in a couple rounds of golf.

Lachlan Markay and Asawain Suebsaeng at the Daily Beast have just revealed that the President has already “floated hitting the links with his counterpart as he considers a secondary charm offensive to complement the diplomatic tete-a-tete.”

Top U.S. Vet Warns: The One Meat All Dogs Should Avoid
Dr. Marty
Pour Salt Down Your Drain Before Bed, Here's Why
25 States Where Americans Don't Want To Live Anymore

On top of that, the President wants to invite Kim to a “follow-up” summit at his estate at Mar-a-Lago, presumably so he can show off his tremendous house, play golf, and eat some tremendous chocolate cake. 

President Trump has already gone golfing more than 90 times in his first year in office and clearly has no plans to stop any time soon. It goes without saying that it is not reassuring to hear that that the leader of our nation is so unconcerned with the upcoming peace summit that could change the world’s history as we know it that he’s busy scheming to screw around on a golf course.

We don’t even want to begin to contemplate what might happen should Trump lose his game of golf with the North Korean leader.



Join millions calling for AG Barr to resign after he defied his constitutional obligations to protect Trump!

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.