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Joe Biden Hilariously Trolls Trump After He Boasts About Winning His Own Golf Club's Tournaments

President Joe Biden sarcastically wishes Donald Trump 'congratulations' on 'quite the accomplishment' after Trump posted he won golf tournaments at his own golf club.

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President Joe Biden had social media users cackling after he sarcastically congratulated former President Donald Trump for bragging about winning two golf tournaments at his own golf club.

Earlier, Trump took to Truth Social to say it was his "great honor to be at Trump International Golf Club" in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he won both the Club Championship and Senior Club Championship trophies.

He added:

"A large and golfing talented membership, a GREAT and difficult course, made the play very exciting. The qualifying and match play was amazing."
"A large and distinguished group will be there tonight. Very exciting, thank you!!!"

You can see Trump's post below.

Screenshot of Donald Trump's post on Truth Social@realDonaldTrump/Truth Social

Biden later took to X, formerly Twitter, to mock his 2024 rival, sharing a screenshot of Trump's post along with the following message:

"Congratulations, Donald. Quite the accomplishment."

You can see Biden's post below.

Many appreciated the President's snarky response.

Throughout his presidency, Trump's affinity for golf was undeniable. He frequently spent weekends at his various resorts across the nation, indulging in approximately 240 rounds of golf, predominantly at his Florida and New Jersey courses.

In the aftermath of his presidency, golf has emerged as a particularly lucrative source of revenue for the former President.

According to a Sportico analysis of recent Federal Election Commission disclosures, Trump reported earning up to $555 million from his golf ventures between January 2022 and April 14, 2023. This substantial figure represents nearly half of the $1.2 billion in income he disclosed during that period.

According to Rick Reilly, the author of Commander in Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump, Trump regularly flouts the game's rules and "cheats like a mafia accountant."

Reilly recounted instances where Trump reportedly hit two balls into the water while playing with professional golfer Tiger Woods, yet asserted he nearly matched Woods' score. Additionally, he purportedly kicked sportscaster Mike Tirico's ball into a bunker during their game. Despite professionals like Dustin Johnson estimating his handicap to be around 9 or 10, Trump claims to have a handicap of 2.8.

According to Reilly, Trump's caddies are aware of his tendencies and accommodate them accordingly. He alleged that Trump often kicks the ball out of the rough, prompting caddies to nickname him "Pele," after the renowned soccer player.