Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney was once "steaming" on the golf course when playing a few holes with former US President Donald Trump.
The former England international's golfing encounter with Trump came when he was playing at D.C. United during the 2018-19 MLS season.
Rooney, who scored a record 250 goals for Manchester United, bumped into Trump at one of his golf courses in the States.
Trump was telling everyone around him that Rooney had scored more goals than he actually did in a recent MLS match.
But Rooney went along with it after having had a few drinks.
The full story was told by former United and England masseur Rod Thornley on the Under the Cosh podcast, which you can watch in full below:
"Wayne was playing at D.C. United and I went down to see him.
"We had a night out on the Saturday, and on the Sunday we went to play at the Trump National in Washington [D.C.]. We get to the course and there's secret service everywhere. We get on the first tee and we're told that the President was playing on that day. There were snipers in the trees, a boat going around the lake with snipers on it.
"[Trump] was ploughing through the course and some people came up to us, told us the President was coming through and not to talk to him. Wayne had actually been coaching Trump's son on the White House lawn before this. He had already been invited to the White House at Christmas and Thanksgiving.
"Trump comes around the corner shouting, 'Wayne, how are you!' Wayne had scored a hat-trick a couple of weeks before, but Trump told everyone that he had scored five. I'm looking at Wazza going, 'Go on, correct him'. But he didn't. It was possibly the most surreal day of my life. Me and Wayne were steaming, the pair of us."
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