Donald Trump, who lives alone in the White House, often misses friendly interactions with people, but he is able to fulfill those needs at his clubs.
That was displayed in a newly leaked audio from Trump’s cocktail and dinner reception in November at his Bedminster, NJ golf club. Trump invited party-goers to stop by and join while he meets with potential cabinet members and White House staff.
“We’re doing a lot of interviews tomorrow — generals, dictators, we have everything,” Trump says in the tape. “You may wanna come around. It’ll be fun. We’re really working tomorrow. We have meetings every 15, 20 minutes with different people that will form our government.”
“We’re going to be interviewing everybody — Treasury, we’re going to be interviewing Secretary of State,” he continued. “We have everybody coming in — if you want to come around, it’s going to be unbelievable … so you might want to come along.”
It is reported that this tape was recorded at the same golf club Trump interviewed several potential cabinet picks, such as Mitt Romney, who was under consideration for Secretary of State.
Trump’s comfort level with his members has raised a lot of questions about his discretion, and he has received negative criticism from national security experts. But members of the club just shrug it off and say that he’s just the available man he’s always been.
“So, this is my real group,” Trump said on the audiotape. “These are the people that came here in the beginning, when nobody knew what this monster was gonna turn out to be, right?”
He added: “I see all of you. I recognize, like 100 percent of you, just about.”
It also appears that Trump wants to include his friends in the decision-making process as well.
The supportive crowd just sat there listening as Trump gave them a close-up view of how he was setting up the government. “You are the special people,” he said to the crowd.
The leaked tape shows how Trump conducts himself at his clubs and it shows why he has been returning every weekend since he was elected.
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