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John Daly Says President Trump Doesn't Cheat At Golf, But Bill Clinton Did

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President Trump does NOT cheat on the golf course ... so says golf legend John Daly, who golfed with POTUS this week. Trump's honesty on the golf course has been called into question many, many times in the past ... with former golf partners like…
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