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Golfer Michelle Wie, LPGA Decry Rudy Giuliani for ‘Panties’ Comment

LPGA champ Michelle Wie responded to mentions of her and her undergarments during a story told by Rudy Giuliani during a podcast Thursday. Giuliani told a story of an incident that happened when he and the late radio legend Rush Limbaugh played in charity fundraiser golf tournament alongside Wie in 2014, and how the media seemed to pay more attention to Wie than the two men.

United States' Michelle Wie reacts after missing a putt on the eighth green during her foursomes match in the Solheim Cup golf tournament, Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017, in West Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

LPGA Cancels China Event, Citing Viral Outbreak Concerns

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The LPGA says it has canceled the Blue Bay LPGA event scheduled for the first week of March on Hainan Island in China, citing health concerns and travel restrictions due to the viral outbreak.

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Trump Gets More Applause than Protests with Visit to Women’s Open

President Donald Trump appeared at the Women’s Open last Friday bringing both protesters and supporters, but despite the detractors, the president received far more applause than protests.
The president arrived on Friday, to the delight of hundreds of attendees at the Women’s Open. Trump was met with chants of “Make America Great Again,” and “USA, USA,” according to the Daily Mail.

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