Family members of people who perished during the September 11, 2001 attack in New York City are urging former President Donald Trump to cancel two upcoming events his golf course is hosting in partnership with the Saudi-backed LIV Golf International Series. According to a letter from the group 9/11 Justice obtained by the New York Times
the group wants Trump to “reconsider” his business with LIV Golf.
“It is incomprehensible to us, Mr. Trump, that a former president of the United States would cast our loved ones aside for personal financial gain,” the letter stated. See also: Nancy Pelosi’s husband buys millions worth of Nvidia stock ahead of chip-manufacturing bill vote LIV Golf was founded by former pro golfer Greg Norman and aims to challenge the PGA Tour. The league is an eight-tournament circuit that features seven regular-season tournaments and one team event in October. It will be hosted at golf courses near Boston, Chicago and Miami in the United States — one event was already held in Portland, Ore. — and internationally in Thailand and Saudi Arabia (one event has already taken place in the United Kingdom). Additionally, the circuit will be in New Jersey, playing a tournament at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster beginning July 29. Its final event, starting on Oct. 27, will be hosted by Trump National Doral. See also: Trump lost, and the 2020 election wasn’t stolen, group of prominent conservatives concludes after exhaustive study “We simply cannot understand how you could agree to accept money from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s golf league to host their tournament at your golf course, and to do so in the shadows of ground zero in N …