Donald Trump has said he “wouldn’ allow” President Donald Trump to participate in golf courses where there are “diverse” groups of men, but has said the president is “very intelligent”.
In an interview with The Washington Post published on Sunday, Trump said he had “no problem” playing with a group of “diversity” players, although he said he did not want to have the “drama” of “playing with all these guys” who are “different”.
“I don’t think you would have to worry about that, because I don’t care,” Trump said.
“I think it’s very important.
I think I would love to have diversity in golf.
I don`t know how you get diversity if you don’t have diversity.”
The president also said he would not allow Trump to visit his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, because the president was “very concerned about people from different backgrounds”.
“We are going to play some golf,” Trump told the Post.
“But I`m not going to allow that to happen.”
Trump told The Post that he would also allow Trump golf partners to play “where they can go and play with them”.
“But if you’re going to go to the country club, where all these people are, I don”t want that drama,” he said.
“If I were to say, ‘Hey, I want to go play golf’, I would be going to the Country Club of Bedminster,” he added.
Trump’s comments came after the president said that his golf partners would not be allowed to play with him because of “political correctness”.
“They will not be playing with me, because they are not politically correct.
They are not playing to win,” Trump added in an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Sunday.”
I think they are a bunch of losers, because you cannot win in politics by being politically correct,” he told the interviewer.”
You have to be a tough cookie.
You have to win.
And that is not going in the wrong direction.”
Trump has previously referred to his golf club as the “Winter White House” after the White House’s first winter in the White Senate building since 1946.
The president has previously said he does not want any political opponents to be able to visit the White Houses because “it`s a very big White House”.
“It`s not that you can`t go in, but it`s really not the time to go in,” Trump, a Republican, told Fox News in April.
“It is a very important White House.
It is a big White Senate.
It`s been in for a long time.
It has always been a White House, so we don`ll take it over.”
The White House has previously denied any connection to a presidential tour of the US, saying it would not welcome any foreign leader or anyone from outside of the United States.
In response to the comment, former US president Barack Obama, who has a private club in Bedminister, New Hampshire, said the US had a “deep and abiding” connection with its history.
“There are very few places that are more authentic, as far as the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, China and South Korea,” he tweeted.
“That ties to our roots in freedom and justice, our history, our people and our values.”
“We have a deep and abiding friendship with the United Kingdoms, and I think that ties to the values of our democracy, the values that the US stands for.”
The President of the Royal British Legion has called Trump’s comments “racist” and “deeply offensive”.
“To imply that any group of people with whom the President of The United States is associated, or whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by his policies, would be unable to enjoy a proper golf experience because of their skin colour is deeply offensive and profoundly offensive,” Royal British Lion Michael Howard said.