Lawyers for former New York City Mayor and former President Donald Trump discussed a few years ago with radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh (Rush Limbaugh) that she could see underwear while golfers were wearing them. Circumstances, Michelle Wie West expressed a strong welcome to Rudy Giuliani on Twitter. Golf outing.
Giuliani appeared in Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast and recalled Limbaugh’s death that day. He asked him if he could tell a story that included a relationship with Limbaugh. Played a round of golf with Wie West.
Giuliani said that Limbaugh complained about all the “paparazzi” who followed the gang, and Limbaugh accused Giuliani of the reason. Julianne smiled and said that the photographer was there to shoot for Weixi, not for them.
Julianne said in a way: “On the green is Michele Wie, she is preparing to putt. Now, Michelle Wie is very beautiful. She is 6 feet. She has weird pushes. Pole posture. She bends down all the way. Shows with her panties. The media went crazy. … I said ̵
Julianii ended his story by asking “Is the joke okay?”
Wie West took to Twitter on Friday night, but did not mention Giuliani by name.
She wrote: “The fact that this man should remember from that day is that I shot 64, defeated every male golfer in the field and led our team to victory. I was shaking, thinking he was laughing at me , Expressed appreciation for my game. I have been objectifying and quoting my “underpants” all day long.
Wie West continues to express frustration with elite professional golfers because they discuss it from the appearance rather than the game. This outing apparently took place in 2014. In the same year, Wie West won the Pinehurst U.S. Women’s Open with a putt in order to improve his statistics.
Wie West wrote on Twitter on Friday: “This is not an invitation to lift my skirt.”
When Julianne asked “Is it okay to tell that joke” to end the story, Bannon replied clumsily, “We have already told, so I don’t know.”
The 31-year-old Wie West has won five championships on the LPGA Tour but has been plagued by injuries in recent years. She has made some TV comments and is currently resting in the game after her daughter was born in June.
The United States Golf Association responded to Wie West with a supportive post on Twitter on Saturday.
The U.S. Golf Association’s post said: “Sexism has no place in golf or life.” “We are always in your corner.”