But in the last few days, Trump is back with a vengeance. Today, he flew to Las Vegas to re-insert himself into the show known as the Republican campaign for President. He endorsed Mitt Romney who, like Trump, likes to fire people; perhaps the coiffed one is angling for Secretary of Labor in a Romney administration. Romney, those who care about such things may recall, was the only candidate to visit Trump at his marbled New York aerie and then leave by the servants’ entrance, ostensibly in order to avoid having to answer questions about ring kissing. There won’t be any back doors available today.
But fascinated though we are with politics and public displays of vanity, our humble blog is about golf communities, and we are pleased to report a
The most loyal members of The Point could find themselves eternally rewarded. Last week, The Donald announced that he wants to build a private cemetery next to his Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey. According to the web site NJ.com, “The 1.5-acre site would become the exclusive final resting place for wealthy club members who pay as much as $300,000 in membership fees.” Perhaps adjacent cemeteries will become a Trump golf club signature.
But Point Club members can rest easy on one score: Donald Trump has already announced that he and his family will be buried at the cemetery adjacent to the New Jersey club. "This is really about members,” a Trump consultant said, “but we do plan to set something aside for Mr. Trump and his family."