What Trump Said On Tiger Woods’ Recovery After Golfer’s Horror Crash

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Former President Donald Trump predicted on Tuesday night that Tiger Woods will make a comeback following his devastating car wreck.

Trump spoke to Fox News about the golf legend after Woods severely injured his legs during a high-speed roll-over crash in his SUV outside Los Angeles earlier on Tuesday.

“He’s gonna be back, I have no doubt about it. He’s gonna be back,” Trump said in the interview.

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Trump has had a close relationship with Woods, golfing with the Masters champ several times during his presidency.

The president also awarded Woods a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2019.

“Because it was Tiger, everyone wanted to be there. Everyone went crazy,” he told host Katie Pavlich about the ceremony.

“It was a big event. He considered this one of the great honors of his life,” Trump said.

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The former president spoke of the resiliency of Woods, who has undergone five back surgeries in his career.

“He’s overcome a lot. He’s had an incredible life and he’s going to continue to have an incredible life,” Trump said.

“But now he’ll recover from this. It’s pretty bad on the legs, I understand. He’ll figure out a way. He’s a wonderful person.”

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