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Angry Citizens Break Into Trump Golf Course To Take Part In ‘Please Go Away’ Protest

On Sunday during the Senior PGA Championship, protestors made their way to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., on Kayaks.

The protestors were taking part in an organized event called the Please Go Away (PGA) protest.

The protest was organized by Indivisible Winchester, a nonpartisan group that promotes government participation.

The New York times reported that soon after the police arrived in boats and asked the protestors to go away.

The Times also reported that rump’s son Eric did not rule out the possibility of his father making a surprise appearance.

“All these players are his friends,” he said Thursday, adding that his father is a “golf fanatic.”

That is no surprise, Trump has visited his golf courses 25 times since taking office, spending millions of taxpayer dollars.

Trump has also dealt with apanese President Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago in April.

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