Golf lobby slams Clinton's preference for sudoku as "un-American," "misandrist"
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- While previous American presidents have spent their downtime playing 18-hole games on the golf range, President Hillary Rodham Clinton is taking a rather unorthodox approach to presidential relaxation.
“She just works nonstop,” a White House insider reports. “No golf, no putt putt - it’s like she thinks she thinks she's above the sport or something. Late at night, she's been known to enjoy a game of sudoku with vodka cocktail. But in terms of relaxation, that's it."
Reaction to this unconfirmed report was swift and castigating, Rep. Jason Chaffetz immediately released a press release calling for a congressional probe to investigate whether Clinton's penchant for sudoku is "un-American and misandrist."
During a Fox News panel Tuesday morning, Mike Huckabee sharply critiqued Clinton's disinterest in golf, a game he characterized as "the official sport of rich white men."
"What kind of message does this send to young girls throughout the country? I don't know about you, but I want to live in a world where little girls see the first woman president as someone who plays golf with white male CEOs. She calls herself a feminist? I don't think so."
In response, the White House released footage showing Clinton execute a flawless backswing at East Potomac Park Golf Course, sinking a hole-in-one.
Meanwhile, text transposed over the video describes major achievements of the Clinton administration after just two months in office, including Clinton's raising the minimum wage.
At the end of the video, Clinton theatrically drops her club on the green before looking directly into the camera and saying, "Compared to running a country, golf is pretty easy. I'm going to get back to serving our nation now. Also, sudoku is freaking amazing."