A storm is brewing in Montgomery County at the Woodmont Country Club. It appears some of the members are divided as to whether to invite the President to play golf once he leaves office.
On Monday, Jeffrey Slavin, the mayor of a small Montgomery County jurisdiction made good on his threat to quit an exclusive County Club in Rockville.
Some vocal members of the predominantly Jewish club are angry after the Obama administration failed to stand in the way of a UN vote condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Slavin stated “It’s shameful that it’s penetrated to a country club that was founded because people were discriminated against.”
Woodmont had been considered the most likely DMV area club to bring on the Obamas because of its long history of having no discrimination.
The club or its president have not responded to any requests for comment from the local news outlets.