President Lazy Bones hit the golf course for the fifth straight day on Saturday. On Christmas day, Donald Trump announced to his 45 million Twitter followers that he would “be back to work” the following day. The former reality show star blasted his predecessor for golfing and now he’s outpaced Barack Obama with the number of trips he’s taken to the golf course. But Trump wasn’t the only one critical of President Obama’s golfing excursions. Right-wing radio host Mark Levin once said that Obama was “hooked on golf like drug addicts are hooked on drugs.”
And then there’s Sean Hannity.
“Here’s what Obama learned as Commander-In-Chief – That he should use a sand wedge when stuck in a sand trap on a golf course!” he tweeted in 2012.
Here’s what Obama learned as Commander-In-Chief – That he should use a sand wedge when stuck in a sand trap on a golf course! #LynnDebate
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 23, 2012
The Internet is forever and Twitter remembered Liddle Sean’s tweet.
That didn’t age well, did it?
— AnalyzeThis (@AnalizeThis) December 30, 2017
— Pendulum🏴Swinger (@PendulumSwngr) December 30, 2017
Remember this one Sean? Any comments now that the Golfer In Chief is set to play more golf than Obama Bush Clinton combined. AND he is profitting off the presidency? Why so silent about that now?
— Dana P (@blackhillslvr) December 30, 2017
Any comment on the current President, #hypocrite ?
— ITMFA🇺🇸¯\_(ツ)_/¯🇺🇸ITMFA (@MicheleelehciM) December 30, 2017
This hasn’t ended well for you
— Saint Side Eye 😒 (@overanalyze1421) December 30, 2017
Would you like to retract this in the light of Trump’s year? Oh …
— Roberta Ramsay#FBPE (@hes153ter) December 30, 2017
Ummmm Sean, care to comment now?
— Tom Carney (@laceytom2927) December 30, 2017
— Vince Harriman (@vsharriman) December 30, 2017
Donald Trump going golfing wouldn’t be such a big deal but it’s just the glaring hypocrisy of it all. And not just with him, but with his sycophants, too. It’s almost like we’re dealing with a cult. Oh, wait…
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