Pop A lockers at a mall in Seoul, South Korea, has opened for business.The women's locker room in the mall, located at No. 1, has been on the market since late April.The store is part of a nationwide trend in which women's restrooms are becoming popular, said Kang Kyung-hyun, Pop A locker room's founder.A store in Seoul that is a pop-a-locker has become a popular destination for young women wantin...
President Donald Trump told reporters that he is in favor of banning the use of golf balls on public golf courses and that it is time to start using “top-quality” golf locker stock instead.
“I’m going to take a look at golf locker stocks,” Trump told a group of reporters in the Oval Office.
“I’m very interested in them, and I’m going at it.”
Trump’s comments come amid a nationwide boycott of companies that make golf locker products.
The White House announced Friday that Trump has ordered the administration to “work to ensure that the golf locker brand and products are manufactured in the U.S.”
Instead of using golf balls to hold the balls and keeping them at home, Trump is now calling for using golf locker materials, including “top quality” golf ball bearings, as well as “a lot of the material from the other golf locker manufacturers.”
In addition, Trump said the president is asking golf companies to start producing golf ball materials in the United States and to “put all of the manufacturing in this country.”
While the golf company boycott isn’t new, Trump’s announcement on Friday comes just days after a federal appeals court ruled that the U of M is in violation of the Trump administration’s travel ban.
The court held that Trump’s travel bans are unconstitutional because they are not tailored to protect Americans from the threat of terrorism.
The decision came less than a week after the president announced that he would temporarily ban travelers from seven majority Muslim countries from entering the United State until the courts can rule on the legality of his order.