Trump put the tweet at the top of his Twitter profile and described the confirmation as a “great honor”.
Nicklaus added in his statement: “I have had the privilege over the past three and a half years of getting to know our current President a little better during his tenure.
“I was very disappointed with what he had to endure from so many directions, but with that I saw a determination and determination to do what is right for our country.
The 80-year-old closed the post by saying, “I strongly recommend considering Donald J. Trump for another four years. I have cast my vote for him and have already cast it! ”
Nicklaus’ tweet is widespread and has received over 20,000 replies.
Nicklaus, nicknamed the Golden Bear, scored his record of 18 major titles between 1962 and 1986 and took 73 PGA Tour victories over the course of his career. Only Sam Snead and Tiger Woods, both 82, have more.
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Nicklaus has played golf with Trump in the past and told Bloomberg the President “plays a bit like me – he never really finishes a lot of holes but he can hit the ball and he goes out and plays and he just enjoys it.” ”
He said earlier this year that he and his wife both tested positive for Covid-19 in March but were “very, very happy” that he had a sore throat and cough and that his wife Barbara was asymptomatic.
Sports stars register to vote
Meanwhile, the NFL has announced that 90% of active players are registered to vote.
The league and its Players Association launched the NFL Votes and #AthleteAndVoter initiatives in August to “promote voter education, registration and activation”. Since then, several clubs have all registered their players to vote.
The NFL also said that half of the league’s teams use their stadiums and / or stadium facilities for “election-related activities,” including polling stations for early voting or elections.
A number of athletes, including NFL stars Odell Beckham Jr. and Patrick Mahomes, Lakers star LeBron James and sprinter Allyson Felix, also spoke out against the suppression of voters with the launch of the “More Than A Vote” campaign .
In the United States, counties with a larger minority have fewer polling stations and poll workers per voter. Since 2010, the number of states that have introduced voter ID restrictions has increased to 36, according to an ACLU report earlier this year.
In particular, the “More Than One Vote” campaign aims to enable the black community to “know their voting rights” before the elections take place.
In a conversation with former President Barrack Obama for the HBO series “The Shop,” James recently announced that he believes his mother has voted for the first time in that election.
“She sent me a video today after choosing to have her sticker on her chest, she was so damn proud of herself and I was so proud of her,” said James.
“It’s a nice thing. There are some changes. ”
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