Following weeks of exhaustive practice, Donald Trump yesterday failed in his bid to win this year’s Trump National Best Swing contest. The annual contest between members at Trump’s course in Virginia is highly coveted, but for the second time in a week, Trump was unable to get the votes needed to seal the deal.A White House spokesman commented, “The President has put in countless hours to get the votes needed. He left everything out on the fairway. Weekends have been spent in working meetings with his swing coach, both here, and at his course at Mar-a-Lago. Unfortunately he continues to have problems pushing the ball out to the right, or hooking to the left. There is also a major problem with the consistency of his follow-through.”Trump refused to blame his swing coach for yesterday’s loss, instead targeting equipment manufacturer Titleist’s decision to manufacture their club heads in China. He vowed to bring those jobs back to the United States in order to “Make America Drive Straight Again”.