UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen once wore a 'F*** Trump' hat playing a Trump golf course
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UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen once wore a ‘F*** Trump’ hat playing a Trump golf course


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UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen led one of the greatest comebacks in college football history on Sept. 3, leading his Bruins back from a 34-point fourth-quarter deficit to topple Texas A&M by a 45-44 score that rocked the country.

Rosen has become a legend on the Los Angeles campus for a variety of reasons, including his quarterback play and having a hot tub in his dorm room -- something I imagined doing in college but never managed to have the cash flow to properly install.

The Chosen One, as he was known in high school, is also not afraid to share his political views, apparently.



In April 2016, Rosen was playing golf, perhaps ironically, at Trump National Golf Club, Los Angeles, which is about 45 minutes from the City of Angels in Palos Los Verdes. He teed off on one of the golf course's toughest holes, on a course which Trump says he spent $250 million to renovate, wearing a bandana around his hat that sent a message to the then-candidate Trump.

Warning: This has NSFW language.

Rosen hasn't been shy about sharing his opinions on all things, and he's been willing to try to skirt some rules. Depending on your political persuasion, you are now either a significantly bigger Rosen fan, or, well, the opposite.

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