Golfer McIlroy refutes criticism on tête-à-tête with president Trump
Top golfer’s club bag Rory McIlroy has Friday defended for the game of golf that he last weekend played with Donald Trump.
At the invitation of the American president, ran the Northern Irishman a round about the jobs of his golf club in West Palm Beach. It was McIlroy on a good deal of criticism.
The Northern Irishman felt compelled to Friday via Twitter a statement to bring out. “I’m not really with all what my friends and family say and do, but wave I with them”, wrote McIlroy.
“Last week, I was invited to play golf with the president of the United States. If you are the person who has this position now respects or not, you have respect for that position.”
The 27-year-old McIlroy will find that there is nothing behind it should be sought. “It was not a political statement or anything like that, but simply a round of golf. It is ridiculous that people gave me a fascist call because I have a while in someone’s company traffic.”
McIlroy makes next week in Mexico for his comeback after he for a while stood on the side due to a stress fracture in one of his ribs.
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20:38 – February 24, 2017
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