announced his endorsement of Donald Trump on Wednesday after years of supporting the president, and now he’s going deeper into why he wants to see four more years. “data-reacttid =” 16 “> Jack Nicklaus announced his support for Donald Trump on Wednesday after years of supporting the president and now he is going deeper into why he wants to see four more years .
Tom D’Angelo by The Palm Beach PostNicklaus revealed that he posted declares six paragraphs at the urging of Vice President Mike Pence. He said he knew the move would cause a backlash, although he claimed most of the reaction was positive: “data-reacttid =” 17 “> By Tom D’Angelo of The Palm As the Beach Post approached, Nicklaus revealed that he posted a 6-paragraph statement at the urging of Vice President Mike Pence.He said he knew the move would cause backlash, although he claimed to be mostly All of the reactions are positive:
“I know when I do that that I will have a certain percentage of people (who) are not Trump fans and a certain percentage (who) are,” Nicklaus said. “The comments I received and Barbara (his wife) received, were very supportive of what I did.”
According to WHOfollowed by Brazil, India, Mexico and the United Kingdom. “data-reacttid =” 24 “> Nicklaus, a longtime Republican financial sponsor, also mentioned Trump’s handling of the coronavirus epidemic, a topic Democrats have repeatedly appreciated. The United States leads the world in the number of coronavirus deaths recorded with more than 200,000 people according to WHO, followed by Brazil, India, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
Why Jack Nicklaus likes Donald Trump’s handling of COVID-19
According to the Post, Nicklaus said it is impossible to know if anyone could have done better in Trump’s role – “Did he save millions of lives or took our lives? No one will know that. – and he believes Trump has “done the best he can with the people he has.”
And Nicklaus doubted their own total deaths through speculation and anecdotal evidence:
“I don’t think the death toll is an exact number,” he said on Friday. “I hate to say that.”
Nicklaus told a story about two people where he knew their parents died from something other than COVID and, according to Nicklaus, they were asked if the cause of death could be changed to COVID and rejected.
“Hospitals get more money for COVID deaths compared to other deaths,” says Nicklaus. “I’m sure there was a lot of that.”
tested positive for COVID-19 in March. He told the Post that he had a sore throat and cough, while Barbara had no symptoms. He also revealed how to treat his case: “data-reacttid =” 30 “> 80-year-old Nicklaus and his wife both tested positive for COVID-19 in March. He told the Post he had a sore throat and cough., while Barbara had no symptoms.He also revealed how to treat his case:
‘I certainly did,’ says Jack. “I have been taking hydroxychloroquine. Go for two days. “
claimed in May to take the drug, but there was no sign The same drug was used to treat the president when he tested positive for coronavirus last month. “data-reacttid =” 33 “> Trump confirmed hydroxychloroquine, a drug used to treat malaria and lupus, for months was a cure for coronavirus. Trump announced in May to take the drug But there is no indication that the same drug was used to treat the president when he tested positive for coronavirus last month.
Jack Nicklaus is not a fan of Trump tweets
While Nicklaus clearly likes Trump’s policies, he’s one of the many to be disappointed with the president’s infamous Twitter routine.
Nicklaus told the Post that Trump sometimes phoned him to ask the golf legend about his opinion of his presidency. Nicklaus seems to be asking the president as often as possible if he really needs to tweet something:
The first time the subject of Trump’s tweets came about was when Nicklaus and Trump were playing golf together during Trump’s presidency. Trump asked Jack: “How do you think I’m doing?”
Nicklaus said, “I think you’re doing great, I think your policies are great, I love what you’re doing. But… why would you tweet such trivial things? Why do you want to do that? “
Trump told him, “Isn’t that very president?” And Nicklaus replied, “No, and you are the president.”
“I just can’t help myself,” Trump told Nicklaus.
Nicklaus admits a lot about his approval for Trump, saying, “You might not like the way our President said or tweeted some things – and trust me, I told him that. ! ” He told the Post that he still believes the disadvantages outweigh the negatives for Trump.