Jack Nicklaus has wanted what he has seen from President Donald Trump, and now he wants four more years.
The 18-time winner posted a lengthy statement via Twitter on Wednesday, saying he has cast his vote for Trump and urged others to do the same.
Nicklaus declares that Trump has already delivered on his promises, although he neglects to specify what victories Trump has achieved since moving into the White House. He also claims that the election of Trump is the key to avoiding “a socialist America and getting the government to lead your life.”
supported Trump in the 2016 election and have spoken glowing of his administration since, himself praises the president’s golf game which is similar to his: “data-reactid =” 25 “> Nicklaus’ support for Trump is nothing new.
“Trump is playing pretty well. He plays a bit like I do. He’s not really ever done with many holes. But he can hit the ball and he goes out and plays and just enjoys it. But he has won several club championships. He can play. ”
designing a Trump-owned course or to have a villa named after him. The Trump administration has also earmarked $ 20 million for a mobile orphanage project supported by Nicklaus. “data-reactid =” 28 “> The couple has a business relationship through the golf world, such as Nicklaus, who designs a Trump-owned course or gets a villa named after him.The Trump administration has also earmarked $ 20 million for a mobile children’s children’s hospital project backed by Nicklaus.
Shortly after Nicklaus’ approval, Trump welcomed it with open arms:
longtime financial donor to Republican causes, including for Trump’s presidential campaign. Nor is he the first big name in sports to support Trump after struggling with coronavirus, as former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden did the same last week. Of course, Joe Biden has received his also own endorsements from the sports world. “data-reactid =” 32 “> Nicklaus has been a longtime financial donor to Republican causes, including Trump’s presidential campaign, nor is he the first big name in sports to support Trump after battling coronavirus, who previously coached in Florida State’s Bobby Bowden did the same last week, of course Joe Biden has also received his own endorsements from the sports world.
FiveThirtyEight currently gives the president a 59 percent chance of winning the swing mode. “data-reactid =” 33 “> While it’s hard to say what kind of influence a celebrity statement might have, it’s hard to see Nicklaus’ tweet hurting Trump in the golfer’s native Ohio state. FiveThirtyEight currently gives the president a 59 percent chance to win the swing state.