President-elect Donald Trump made a spontaneous trip to Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida this holiday weekend.
A fellow golfer on the course was the first to announce the president-elect’s whereabouts, tweeting that Trump was seen accompanied by roughly 25 members of his secret service.
Meanwhile, according to Harry Hurt III, things got ugly on the golf course when President-elect Trump bumped into Hurt, one of Trump’s biggest critics.
Trump reportedly asked Harry Hurt III, who wrote “Lost Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump” in 1993, to leave the property after Hurt offered Trump congratulations on his 2016 victory.
Hurt’s book didn’t sit well with Trump, as it included Ivana Trump’s accusations that Trump had raped her, an allegation Trump has repeatedly denied.
According to Politico, Trump didn’t take well to seeing Hurt, and criticized his biography while at the practice range. This resulted in a heated exchange Hurt shared on his Facebook page.
Hurt claims that security escorted him off the course. Hurt was there with billionaire David Koch.
According to Politico, a Koch associate claims that when Hurt returned from his exchange with Trump, he offered to take an Uber home so the others could finish their golf game. But Koch said no — “we came as a foursome, we leave as a foursome.”
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