Japan Prime Minister Abe Eats it in Bunker While Golfing With Trump

Shinzo Abe was out on the links with Donald Trump, when he took a spill back into the bunker. Like any logical body would do.

by Liam Daniel Pierce
Nov 8 2017, 5:31pm

Screen capture via Twitter/@golf_com

Shinzo Abe's mind is telling him no, but his body is...also telling him no. When out shooting a round with our beloved dough boy commander in chief, the Prime Minister of Japan found himself pulled in by the irrefutable gravity of the bunker, and took a spill.

While Trump was out at Kasumigaseki Country Club with pro golfer Hideki Matsuyama on invitation by Abe over the weekend, this business went down:

You could say to yourself, "he's 63-years-old, he's bound to fall down." Or you could acknowledge that Shinzo Abe's body sought out an opportunity to spend less time with Donald Trump, and it seized upon it, like any logical body would.

Meanwhile, notice how Trump is walking several hundred feet in front of Abe, absolutely clueless about his playing partner's current state of affairs (and most likely the state of affairs of the world, just generally). Nothing will stop our President from playing his stick-ball game as quickly as possible.