Trump family is hosting a strip club party this coming Saturday
President Donald Trump's golf club in Florida is going to be having a lot of scantily-clad women running around this coming Saturday.
That's currently the plan. The resort and area, where Trump is seen at basically every weekend playing golf, is hosting a tournament by a Miami-area strip club, where golfers will be able to have a dancer as a "caddy girl." That's one of the perks of being a member at one of Trump's ultra-exclusive clubs.
The “Shadow All Star Tournament” is being organized by Shadow Cabaret and is giving men whatever "choice" in girl they want.
The Trump Organization confirmed the event happening and said it would be a "worthwhile cause" because a local children's charity would benefit.
Whether or not President Trump is actually going to be there is not the main point, he still owns the resort, and his sons Don Jr. and Eric run the day-to-day operations. This falls squarely on the Trump family.
Shadow Cabaret says that while the girls won't go nude at the resort, they can't promise what won't happen when the golfers go back to their main venue. Their marketing director Emanuele Mancuso says that the caddies will end up wearing "pink miniskirts" and "a sexy white polo."
One reason for the low standards might be for the fact that the club has been losing a significant amount of revenue since Trump entered politics. That's also a pretty good reason for Trump to visit them so frequently, forcing reporters and news stations to give the resorts free publicity.
Documents obtained by the Post show that the club's net operating income fell 69 percent between 2015 and 2017.
“They are severely underperforming” other resorts in the area, said a tax consultant for Trump’s company, arguing in a public hearing that the county should lower the resort’s tax assessment. She blamed the Trump name: “There is some negative connotation that is associated with the brand.”