With less than a week before the November 3 presidential election, Jack Nicklaus, who played golf, officially recognized Donald Trump on Twitter, urging Americans to get out and vote. Support Republicans.
In his lengthy statement on Twitter, Jin Xiong acknowledged Trump’s personality traits that he disagreed with, but explained that he was happy to get past them because he claimed that Trump is better at ensuring that American families can still pursue them. Anyone else has done more. Nicklaus chasing the American dream.
The 80-year-old wrote: “In the past three and a half years, I have been fortunate to have a better understanding of our president as the presidency progresses.
He said: “I was very disappointed with everything he had to endure from many directions, but with these, I saw the determination and determination to do the right thing for our country.
“He kept his promise. He serves ordinary people. In my opinion, he is more diverse than any president I have ever met, and he tries to help people from all walks of life equally. […] I also believe that Donald Trump’s policies will bring the American dream to many families across the country who are still struggling to realize this dream. “
Nicklaus then warned that the vote on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would lead the country to “evolve into a socialist America”
“This is not a personality contest, but about patriotism, policies and people who influence them. His love for the United States and its citizens, and putting his country first, has been resounding and clear. What does he say to the United States It’s not important to say. Me. What’s important is his actions. Now, you have a chance to take action.”
It is foreseeable that Nicklaus’s recognition of Trump has declined like a shot put in some respects. Twitter quickly pointed out the difference between the Golden Bear and the late Arnold Palmer. The latter, along with Nicklaus and Gary Player, constituted the so-called Big Three golf in the 1960s.
Palmer has won 7 Grand Slams in his brilliant career, and his 62 victories on the PGA Tour put him fifth on the Tour’s list of all-wins, second only to Tiger. Woods, Sam Snyder, Nicklaus and Ben Hogan.
Palmer’s influence on the court can be said to be equally important, because he is widely believed to help people transform the concept of the sport from a strictly elite pastime to a sport acceptable to the working class.
He is the founder of Arnie’s Army Charity Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting children and young people and has established several hospitals focused on treating children.
Like Nicklaus, Palmer is a Republican, has played golf with Dwight D. Eisenhower, and admires Gerald Ford. According to the chronicles of his biography “Thomas Hauser” (Thomas Hauser) published in Sports News in 2018, his relationship with Trump is somewhat complicated.
In 2010, Palmer appeared on the stage in a promotional video for the Trump Golf Channel show “The Mythical Golf World of Donald J. Trump”.
When the ad came back last month, a sports trip ahead of Latrobe, the hometown of Palmer, Pennsylvania, the president visited 7 Grand Slam winners, who died only a few weeks after Trump won the 2016 election prior to.
Trump tweeted on September 3: “I’m going to Latrobe, Pennsylvania, which is the home of the late great Arnold Palmer. There is no one like him. I know Arnold well, and He played golf together and missed him.”
However, this feeling may not be fully rewarded yet. Two years ago, Palmer’s daughter Pegg said in a speech to Hauser that although her father appreciated Trump’s support for golf and his dealings with the president in the past, he was concerned about his performance during the 2016 presidential election. feel disappointed.
She explained: “Over the years, my father has dealt with him at some charity fundraiser meetings, and other activities related to Trump’s golf course.”
“My father likes golf very much. He is grateful to Trump for his support of the game. Trump looked up to my father, so I suspect that he was doing well with him. But during the campaign, my father watched To the other side of him.”
Nicklaus believes Trump is the ideal candidate to ensure that millions of Americans can still follow the American dream, while Palmer has a different view of the president.
Palmer’s daughter added: “My father doesn’t like people who behave better than others.” “He has no patience with people who are dishonest and cheating.
“My father was disciplined. He wanted to be a good role model. He was shocked by Trump’s lack of courtesy and his lack of character at first. […]What does my father think of Donald Trump today? I think he will cringe. “