Donald Trump believes that winners deserve to lead, especially, apparently, multiple-time club championship winners.
In an interview with Time, Trump suggested he was fit to lead the United States -- and the free world -- as President because he's gotten in done in club championships.
"You know I’ve had great success. Even in golf I’ve won many golf club championships," Trump said.
"I don’t know if you guys play golf. But to win a club championship is hard, literally hard. And you have to beat scratch players…You got a lot of good players. I’ve won many club championships. So my life has been about winning. My life has not been about losing. So I get a kick out of watching these guys who were not even successful people saying, 'Oh, he’s just having fun.'"
It's there that Trump reminded us of his burgeoning worldwide golf portfolio -- one apparently so vast that Trump believes he may never see all of it in person again.
"It’s not having fun. Actually I could have more fun," Trump said. "I own -- here’s a picture -- I own Turnberry in Scotland that just hosted the Women’s British Open. I wouldn’t mind being at Turnberry. I may never see it again."
And, to think, if Trump becomes the 45th Presidents of the United States, he might have to miss out on Trump National Bedminster holding the PGA Championship in 2022. It'd be in the middle of a hypothetical fabulous second term.