- A strip club is holding a golf event at President Donald Trump’s resort in Doral, Florida, on Saturday.
- The occasion will benefit a basketball-themed charity in Miami, according to The Washington Post.
- The marketing director for the strip club hosting the event stated they did not plan to make a political declaration by picking Trump’s resort but desired to provide golf enthusiasts a “VIP” experience.
- The Trump Organization verified the event is occurring and stated it’s for a “beneficial cause.”
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Update: The occasion has now been canceled.
A strip club in the Miami location is set to hold a golf occasion at one of President Donald Trump’s resorts on Saturday, in which individuals can spend for one of the dancers to be their “caddy lady,” The Washington Post reported.
The Trump Organization said the event is for a Miami children’s charity, according to the report, explaining it as a “rewarding cause.”
The Shadow Cabaret strip club based in Hialeah, Florida, organized the “Shadow All Star Competition.” Emanuele Mancuso, the club’s marketing director, told The Post they chose Trump’s golf resort in Doral, Florida, not for political reasons however to provide golf players a “VIP environment.”
Mancuso also said that there would be no nudity at the event and the women will be “dressed the entire time,” but informed The Post the dancers will wear pink mini-skirts and “an attractive white polo.” He included that the golf players and dancers will head to a separate venue after the golf occasion where nudity might occur.
According to the report, individuals might pick their “caddy woman” if they signed up by July 10, however would need to individual in an auction if they signed up after.
The occasion will supposedly benefit a basketball-themed charity called Miami All Stars. The charity’s site says it is a “non-profit organization under the laws of the State of Florida,” but according to The Post’s report, the state of Florida stated the group is not registered as a charity.
Carlos Alamilla, the charity’s director, informed The Post he was hesitant to accept the cash since of the occasion’s association with a strip club and due to his dislike for Trump. Alamilla explained the president as “contrary to whatever we believe,” however chose to accept the cash to help the nearly 40 youths he said his charity works with in Miami.
Trump continues to keep ownership of his business empire as president, however handed off day-to-day operations to his sons. His continuous ties to his service holdings, nevertheless, have been a continuous point of controversy for Trump given that he entered the White House.
In the past, presidents typically put their properties in a blind trust to avoid conflicts of interest, but Trump did not go this path and has actually dealt with claims connected to claims of violating the emoluments provision of the Constitution while doing so.