- Jen Cameron (@jen_cam)Gosh, Jack, you're so ready and willing to forgive all the hateful things Trump says about minorities.
Cutler also publicly supported Trump after the 2016 election, stating, "I've supported Trump for a while".
Nicklaus announced in July that, in the spring, he and his wife were both positive for coronavirus. But it does call into question the motivation for Nicklaus' support of Trump. The image at the top of this article shows Trump and Nicklaus at the unveiling of this villa in 2015.
"Trump plays pretty well".
"He doesn't really ever finish many holes". He's won Florida Press Club awards for sports feature and column writing.
Nicklaus didn't stop there, though.
Nicklaus wrote that he wants more families to achieve that dream and fears the USA could turn into a socialist country where the government runs your life.
And the eighteen-time major champion continues, "He has delivered on his promises. He's worked for the average person", Nicklaus wrote in his letter.
Check out some of the replies to Nicklaus' statement below, or head over to Twitter to see more. "This will be the most divisive thing he has ever done".
Nicklaus has been hit with his fair share of backlash today from bitter liberals who can't stand to see someone who thinks differently about politics than they do. That's just the way the Internet operates nowadays.
Nicklaus told the Post that Trump calls him occasionally to ask the golfing legend for his opinion on his job as president.