President Trump Manages To Make US Women's Open All About Himself

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 17, 2017

President Donald Trump yells to well wishers as he arrives at the 72nd U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

"Thank you to all of the supporters, who far out-numbered the protesters, yesterday at the Women's U.S. Open. Very cool!" tweeted Trump.

With U.S. President Donald Trump settled in at his Trump National Golf Club for the U.S. Women's Open, security became a major issue at the third women's major of the year on Saturday.

Reports, however, suggest otherwise.

First Lady Melania Trump and her dad joined them late in the afternoon, followed by daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner - just back from the annual summit of media, tech and finance moguls in Sun Valley, Idaho - and their kids.

"We're here because it is not normal for the president of the United States to also be the head of a giant corporation and profit off his business entities", said one SOMA member, who wanted to stay anonymous. They even criticized reporters for giving them any coverage. It didn't appear he saw the protesters.

Big shake Mr Trump and Mr Macron in Paris with their wives REX
Big shake Mr Trump and Mr Macron in Paris with their wives REX

The protesters left on their own accord.

Last week, emails revealed that Trump Jr., Kushner and then-Trump campaign manager attended the meeting on the promise of getting political dirt presidential rival Hillary Clinton.

UltraViolet is targeting U.S. Golf Association, which chose to keep the tournament the at the club despite Trump's previous crude remarks about women.

Donald Trump Jr. has acknowledged he met in NY with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya after he was told she might have damaging information about his father's rival, Democrat Hillary Clinton. "In another, a Trump supporter said a protester bit him, though no blood was drawn".

Separately, an ABC/Washington Post poll released Sunday showed Trump's approval rating at the six-month mark of his term at 36 percent, down 6 points from a survey taken after his first 100 days.

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