Former NFL Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning spoke with Jimmy Kimmel on his show, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," about his recent outing with President Donald Trump.
Manning was in Washington D.C. to receive the Lincoln Medal for his accomplishments and his personal attributes, which embodies Abraham Lincoln’s legacy. While there he was invited to play golf with the president at the Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls, Virginia.
Kimmel, who has criticized President Trump for some time now, was very curious about how Manning's golf experience was with the president.
"Did Trump cheat?" Kimmel quickly asks.
"No, no. I counted his strokes," Manning chimed back with a laugh.
Manning said that after he got invited to play golf with Trump, many people told him not to go, including Jimmy Kimmel himself.
"I heard Arnold Palmer say one time, 'If the President of the United States ever asks you to play golf, you do it,'" Manning told Kimmel.
"He was a great host, he loved sports," Manning continued. "We passed through a number of groups, he was very gracious; He took a picture with the groups that we passed through ... it was just the experience of playing with the office that was pretty cool to me."
"I think it would have been un-American to have said no," Manning said.
Check out the video below for the interview:
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