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Trump invites a random man to play golf and then blocks him if he calls him a despicable person


"I think you are a despicable person. How about a resignation? & # 39; Like a random Brit, he closed the President, whom he said was sending private messages, and invited him to a round of golf in Scotland in a VERY bizarre Twitter exchange

  • Donald Trump appears to have felt rejected after Welsh Liam Bennett declined his offer to play golf and instead asked him to resign
  • Bennett shared the entertaining exchange in a series of images on social media
  • The fun encounter started when Bennett replied to a tweet from today's golfer that he would choose Trump to play golf if he could play with a celebrity
  • Trump reportedly followed Bennett on Twitter and sent him a private message inviting him to his Scottish golf course, which he described as "the best in the world".
  • Bennett declined his offer and called Trump a "despicable person".
  • Their newfound friendship ended abruptly on Thursday morning when Bennett claimed that the self-injured president quickly blocked him on Twitter

Donald Trump reportedly sent a private message to a random Brit who invited him for a round of golf, and then immediately blocked him on Twitter when the man refused and described the president as "a despicable person."

The president appears to have felt rejected after Liam Bennett, a Welsh man and inventor of the sausage-donut hybrid called The Dausage, declined his offer to play golf and instead asked Trump to quit the White House.

Their newly found friendship ended almost as quickly as Thursday morning when Trump apparently blocked Bennett from his Twitter.

Bennett shared the entertaining exchange in a series of images on social media, along with a post reading: “Wow, those were wild minutes when the actual President of the United States followed me on Twitter and even sent me a message. Too bad it ended so bad. & # 39;

Donald Trump reportedly sent a private message to a random Brit who invited him for a round of golf, and then immediately blocked him on Twitter when the man refused and described the president as "a despicable person."

Liam Bennett, a Welsh man and inventor of the sausage-donut hybrid called The Dausage

President Trump's new friendship ended abruptly almost as quickly as Thursday morning

The newfound friendship between Liam Bennett (left), a Welsh man and inventor of the sausage-donut hybrid called The Dausage, and President Trump (right) ended almost as abruptly as it started on Thursday morning

The fun encounter started when Bennett replied to a tweet from today's golfer magazine on Tuesday: "If you could play golf with a celebrity, who would it be?"

& # 39; I would choose @realDonaldTrump. It was great in Home Alone 2, ”Bennett replied.

Trump was always looking for fans and seemed to quickly follow Bennett on Twitter. He was number 46 in the selected group of the president he is following.

Bennett says the president then sent him a private message inviting him to his golf course in Scotland, which he humbly described as the "best place in the world".

"Hello Liam, I saw that you wanted to play golf with me. Next time I'm in England, I'll take you and your family to my Trump International course in Scotland. It's the BEST course in the world, ”Trump seemed to write.

The fun social media exchange started when Bennett replied to a tweet from today's Golfer magazine on Tuesday: "If you could play golf with a celebrity, who would it be?"

The fun social media exchange started when Bennett replied to a tweet from today's golfer magazine on Tuesday: "If you could play golf with a celebrity, who would it be?"

"Wow, thanks for sending me a message, but I think you're a despicable person, and even if I could play golf, I wouldn't want to play with you," Bennett replied.

He followed his answer with another request and wrote, "How about resigning?"

It seems that this wasn't quite the answer Trump was expecting or hoping for. Bennett shared a picture showing that the ego-injured president quickly blocked his account.

Trump is playing golf at the Trump National Golf Course in Virginia on Memorial Weekend

Trump is playing golf at the Trump National Golf Course in Virginia on Memorial Weekend

A screenshot on Bennett's Twitter account showed the notification "You are blocked", which means that he can no longer follow or see Trump's tweets.

Bennett's Twitter post of the exchange had received 135,000 likes and 32,000 retweets by Thursday afternoon.

Several amused social media users ridiculed the president for offering golf to a stranger, while the United States is in widespread unrest after George Floyd's death.

"The fake potus has nothing better to do than random Twitter users from DM, who he mistakenly believed to be inviting them to golf … lol lol lol," one person tweeted.

Bennett's Twitter post of the exchange had received 135,000 likes and 32,000 retweets by Thursday afternoon, and several social media users mocked the president online

Bennett's Twitter post of the exchange had received 135,000 likes and 32,000 retweets by Thursday afternoon, and several social media users mocked the president online

Another wrote: "So @realDonaldTrump advertises its citizens to random citizens in the middle of a pandemic and national unrest?"

"Anyone who can be lured with a tweet shouldn't have the nuclear codes," tweeted one person, while others shared various memes that made fun of the president.

Some were skeptical about the credibility of the exchange. One person asked if Bennett used Photoshop to create the news series.

Bennett's answer can still be seen on Golfer's tweet today.

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