Trump Resort to Hold Strip Club's Golf Tournament

Ruben Hill
July 11, 2019

Mancuso said there would be no nudity at the resort, and that while on the course, the dancers would "wear pink miniskirts and what he called 'a sexy white polo, '" the Post reported.

A strip club is coming to President Trump's Doral golf resort.

Trump still owns Doral - and all his other businesses - while in office, but he has given day-to-day control to his sons Don Jr. and Eric.

The nonprofit's withdrawal was first reported Wednesday by the website Talking Points Memo.

His recent stories have included "7 questions about Trump's use of undocumented workers at his golf courses", "Trump to stay at Doonbeg, his money-losing course threatened by climate change", "A wealthy Iraqi sheik who urges a hard-line USA approach to Iran spent 26 nights at Trump's D.C. hotel", and "When Trump visits his clubs, government agencies and Republicans pay to be where he is".

On Wednesday morning, after The Post's article was published, Alamilla said, he called the Shadow Cabaret and said his organization was backing out.

The Washington Post reports Wednesday that the Trump Organization issued a statement saying the event would no longer take place because Miami All Stars, a children's charity that was to benefit from it, had pulled out.

"We're not participating, and I think you should cancel the event", Alamilla said he told the tournament's organizers.

The advertisement says the choice option is available to participants that enrol before 10 July, while "everybody that enrol after the 10th, are going to have an auction that night". They will drive carts, Fahrenthold wrote, rather than carry bags as caddies on the pro tours do. "They're actually going through training, most of the girls", to be able to advise players on golf shots, he said.

The charity serves almost 40 youths in Miami, Carlos Alamilla, the charity's director, told the Post. He said the group provides mentoring, tutoring and basketball lessons to about 40 young people.

The charity is not listed on Florida's charity database but is listed in Florida's nonprofit records.

Carlos Alamilla, the charity's registered director, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The statement said "all amounts paid will be refunded". "'It doesn't jive with what we do, you know, '" Fahrenthold quotes the operator as saying before pointing out he "dislikes Trump because of the conditions in which his administration is detaining migrant children". "He's contrary to everything we believe", he said of the president.

Still, Alamilla said, he chose to accept the money - but also ban his charity's child clients from attending.

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