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74 d ago
Journalist challenges Trump over his White House 'dump' comment
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The Golf Magazine columnist who wrote an article alleging President Trump referred to the White House as a "dump" is standing by his story after both Trump and the White House claim the quote is false.
Alan Shipnuck said that eight or nine members and staffers heard the president call the White House a "real dump," while speaking to members of his golf club in Bedminster, N.J.
Shipnuck told Golf Magazine that the White House director of strategic communications Hope Hicks called him on Wednesday to demand the "lie" be retracted.
"The week of the U.S. Women's Open, I heard the same story told by two or three different other sources," Shipnuck added. "They definitely don't waste any time trying to be charming or friendly, these people in the White House communications department."
After the report surfaced, Trump tweeted on Wednesday evening that it was "totally untrue."
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I love the White House, one of the most beautiful buildings (homes) I have ever seen. But Fake News said I called it a dump - TOTALLY UNTRUE
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75 d ago
The Obamas’ Interior Designer Responds After President Trump Allegedly Calls the White House a ‘Real Dump’

President Trump incited outrage this week after it was reported that he allegedly told a group of members at his New Jersey golf club that the reason he visited so often was because “ that White House is a real dump ,” according to Golf.com . Trump has since tweeted that the report is “totally untrue.”
Michael S. Smith, the Obamas’ White House decorator, is speaking out about the president’s statement and his own feelings about America’s most famous home.
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“I had the great privilege of working in the White House for eight years, and everyone I know who visited was filled with a sense of awe and patriotism from the moment they walked into that storied structure,” Smith tells PEOPLE exclusively. The designer, who has decorated homes for countless high-profile clients and been honored as a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100, outfitted the Obama family’s private quarters including their dining and sitting rooms, the Treaty Room, the Yellow Oval Room, the master suite, as well as bedrooms for Malia, Sasha, and Michelle’s mother, Marian.
He notes of his time at the White House, “I was always deeply aware of the extraordinary events that had taken place within those walls over the years—events that defined our country—and how every decision by any former president, and the actions of his family, become an essential part of the living history of our nation.”
Before beginning the decorating project, he told AD , he “read every letter and note from Abigail Adams, Jacqueline Kennedy, Sister Parish, Stéphane Boudin, Kaki Hockersmith—anyone who had ever contributed to the history of this building.” He even had calls with Nancy Reagan and a lunch with Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy’s sister.
Of course the first family’s residence is much more than a home. Smith adds, “The White House itself is part office, part museum, part residence and it’s gloriously emblematic of the best of American style. It is beautifully cared for by a remarkable staff, and its rooms are filled with the treasures of presidents past.”
This sentiment was shared by many who reacted to Trump’s reported dig on social media. Former White House photographer Pete Souza, shared a photo of the famous façade on Instagram, writing, “What a shameful thing to say…It belittles the honorable men and women who make the White House the exemplary historical place it is.” And Chelsea Clinton tweeted a message of gratitude to the White House staff “for all you do every day.”
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Smith allows that, “Each successive president and his family have left their own historic imprint on the White House, just as President Trump and his family will.” Melania Trump reportedly hired decorator Tham Kannalikham to bring a “seamless integration of elegance and comfort into where the president, the first lady, and Barron will be spending their family time,” a senior advisor to the first lady told WWD .
Smith’s takeaway is one likely shared by each previous White House decorator: “I’m extremely proud of the warmth and inclusiveness that defined the White House during the years in which I was involved,” he says.
This article originally appeared on People.com
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75 d ago
Trump says he never called White House a 'dump'
President Trump tweeted Wednesday night that the reports that he called the White House a "dump" are not true.
         
 
 
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75 d ago
Trump says he never called White House a 'dump'
President Trump begs to differ when it comes to reports that he said he spends so much time playing golf because the White House — that reverential mansion with rooms named for colors — is "a real dump."
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75 d ago
Trump hits back at claim that he called the White House 'a real dump'
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Trump appears to have changed his tune on what he thinks about the White House.
In a Wednesday night tweet , he called his presidential residence "one of the most beautiful buildings" he has ever seen. He called a claim made in a Golf Magazine article that he told members of his New Jersey golf club the White House was "a real dump," "totally untrue."
Trump lobbed the criticism while among guests at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf establishment, according to the magazine, which said Trump cited that as a reason why he goes golfing so much.
In his tweets Wednesday, Trump called the Golf Magazine story "fake," but in 2014, Trump praised the publication on several occasions, as noted by Wired journalist Ashley Feinberg, who rounded up a few of Trump's exhortations in which he called the magazine "great" and thanked its writers for reviews of his various golf clubs.
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Trump has spent most of his time off as president at his golf courses, including the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, his New Jersey golf club, and his golf course in suburban Washington, DC. According to the website, Trump Golf Count , the president has spent 41 days at his golf clubs since his inauguration.
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76 d ago
Let's see how Trump's properties stack up next to that dump of a White House
If President Trump were to ever appear on HGTV's House Hunters, he'd be the guy obsessed with getting the double sink in his personal bathroom and a huge backyard for his grill which, guaranteed, he does not know how to use.
So it's only natural that the President would call the White House (retail value: approximately $1 gazillion space dollars) a "dump" in a conversation with friends at his Bedminster Golf Club. What's the White House next to one of Trump's 1 karat gold palaces, with spaces uniquely designed for extramarital threesomes and cutting overpriced blow?
Let's allow Yelp to tell the story. Read more...
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76 d ago
Chelsea Clinton offers White House appreciation after Trump reportedly calls it a 'dump'
A note from Chelsea Clinton: Don't talk shit about the White House. 
Per a lengthy profile from Sports Illustrated (posted to Golf.com), President Donald Trump — a noted lover of PTO — explained his frequent weekend jaunts from the People's House to members of his Bedminster golf club, reportedly referring to the White House as a "real dump."
Predictably the report lit up Twitter, and caught the eye of the former first daughter, who spent much of her childhood living in the White House. In response, she took a moment to thank the often forgotten staffers responsible for keeping the mansion in order. Read more...
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76 d ago
Trump reportedly described White House as a 'real dump'
President Donald Trump has told members of his New Jersey golf club that he spends so much time away from Washington because the White House is a "real dump."
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76 d ago
Trump thinks the 'White House is a real dump,' report says
The report also said Trump is the best golfer to ever live in the White House.
         
 
 
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76 d ago
Trump tells NJ golf club members he thinks the White House is a ‘real dump’
President Donald Trump has told members of his New Jersey golf club that he spends so much time away from Washington because the White House is a "real dump."
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76 d ago
Trump called the White House 'a dump' and the internet wasn't having it
When you call the People's House a dump, expect some backlash.
SEE ALSO: Trump driving his golf cart all over the green really just says it all
In Alan Shipnuck's lengthy Golf.com article Tuesday about Donald Trump's relationship to the game, the reporter included this gem about the president's repeat trips to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ:
"A real dump" is supposedly how the president views the White House,  and even though the White House denies Trump said this, it set everyone off. 
Who knew Chelsea Clinton reads https://t.co/S0GowlNvQx ? https://t.co/jAX3NrUS8u
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77 d ago
Trump to members of his New Jersey golf club: 'That White House is a real dump'
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President Donald Trump reportedly told a group of members at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club that the reason he frequented the golf property so often was because "that White House is a real dump."
The comment was reported Tuesday in a Golf.com profile on the president which will appear in Sports Illustrated this week.
"Chatting with some members before a recent round of golf, [Trump] explained his frequent appearances: 'That White House is a real dump,'" Golf.com reported.
The publication wrote that the president is "often at his most unguarded among the people who pay for their proximity to him."
"Last November, the President-elect hosted a cocktail reception and dinner at Bedminster on the same weekend that he was holding interviews at the club with candidates for his cabinet," Golf.com reported. "At the dinner, Trump addressed the members of the club by saying, "This is my real group. You are the special people. I see all of you. I recognize, like, 100% of you, just about.'"
Trump has spent most of his weekends as president at Trump properties, whether it be his Mar-a-Lago, Florida resort, his New Jersey golf club, or his golf course in suburban Washington, DC. So far in his young presidency, Trump has spent more than 40 days at one of his golf properties.
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