VIDEO: Someone is trying to Swift Boat Donald Trump over his golf cheating
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VIDEO: Someone is trying to Swift Boat Donald Trump over his golf cheating

An anonymous (presumably parody) group wants you to know the truth about Donald Trump's golf game, and they've created a stinging attack ad to do it.

The group, Golf Cart Veterans for Truth (again, presumably a play on the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth group that went after Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry in 2004), has released a spot slamming the Republican frontrunner for supposedly cheating frequently on the golf course. The ad comes on the heels of a Washington Post piece in which several Trump observers and playing partners recall times when the real-estate mogul hasn't been so honest on the golf course.

The ad then comes to a startling conclusion, suggesting that America couldn't survive with a golf cheat as president, particularly on the heels of President Barack Obama's golf game, which has reportedly improved modestly while in office. Then again, he's played 250 times in six years. He should be scratch.

It's a really well done parody ad. Let's hope for more eye-singeing truth from these heroes.

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