MIAMI -- Trump seems to hate just about everything. But you can resolve a lot of differences over a good game of golf, right? Well, turns out, the Republican candidate's "A" game has just hit a curve. The annual PGA Golf Tour, which has been held at one of Trump's courses in Miami for the past 55 years, just been moved to... Mexico!
The irony plays out as PGA tour commissioner Tim Finchem claims the move has nothing to do with politics but everything to do with money. Finchem says Trump's reputation has made it "difficult" to keep big sponsors, like Cadillac who rolled out on a sponsorship renewal.
So, PGA just inked a new deal with Grupo Salinas where the 2017 World Golf Championship will take place in Mexico City.
As you could probably imagine, Trump wasn't exactly thrilled when he got word.
"They're moving it to Mexico City which, by the way, I hope they have kidnapping insurance," he told Fox News.
PGA isn't the only one dipping out on Donald.
Ruth Guerra, the Republican National Committee's Head of Hispanic Media, has now resigned. Sources say Guerra made the decision because she had enough of Trump's Hispanic insults.