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Don Cheadle claims President Trump said N-word to friend’s father during golf tournament years ago
Kate Feldman Mar-05-2017 177 0


In a Twitter rant Saturday, Don Cheadle accused President Trump of using the N-word during a golf tournament years ago.

Responding to a fan who said he’d hated Trump “way before treason,” Cheadle claimed the former real estate mogul used the racial slur on the golf course.

“Hated him since he asked my friend’s father at a Doral pro-am if he’d ever ‘f--ked a n----r,’ the “House of Lies” star tweeted Saturday. “Did it for me.”

The annual golf tournament was hosted at the resort in Miami until 2016. The PGA Tour will move the event to Mexico City this year.

Cheadle said his friend’s father was playing a foursome with Trump when he used the slur, but refused to identify the friend — he said she was famous — or narrow down a timeframe.
“Many already know this to be in his nature. It's not hidden. And those who can't see it, might never. The story would have changed little,” Cheadle tweeted.

Cheadle said his friend’s father was playing a foursome with Trump when he used the slur, but refused to identify the friend — he said she was famous — or narrow down a timeframe. (Twitter)
“He wasn't the president then. Just a racist, misogynistic, draft dodging, ‘birther’ conspiracist, p---y grabbing, bankruptcy machine.”

Asked why he hadn’t revealed the conversation during the election, the 52-year-old actor said he only just learned the details.

Cheadle has bashed President Trump — who called himself “the least racist person” during a February press conference — previously.

In August, he told the then-candidate to “die in a grease fire” after Trump tweeted about Dwyane Wade’s cousin, who had been shot and killed in Chicago.

Representatives for Cheadle and the White House did not return requests for comment.

   
     

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