U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reacts angrily after a leading golf tournament was moved from one of his courses to Mexico. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a golf resort developer who has railed against Mexico in the 2016 campaign, lost an important golf tournament to that country on Wednesday (June 1) when the PGA Tour said it would leave his Trump Doral course in Miami. "Not good," he said during a campaign rally in Sacramento, California. "If I become your president, this stuff is all going to stop." Although the PGA Tour said it was not a political decision, Trump said in a statement the move was akin to decisions by some U.S. companies to move jobs to Mexico, which has been a refrain of his presidential campaign. The PGA said the World Golf Championship event would move from Trump National Doral to a site in Mexico City and be sponsored by the Grupo Salinas conglomerate. Later in the rally, Trump turned his attention towards Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, as he tried to raise doubts about her leadership skills. "She is a person with absolutely no natural talent," he said. "All you have to do is watch her speak." Clinton is set to slam Trump for being too friendly with North Korea and too harsh on European allies during a foreign policy speech in California on Thursday (June 2), designed to paint the billionaire businessman as unfit for the White House.