Donald Trump has promised to “save” America’s golf course infrastructure and has called on the country to “keep our country great.”

Trump is the only candidate in the 2016 election who has said that.

He said that he wants to make America great again, and has also suggested that his golf course in Virginia could become the first national golf course to be built in the United States.

Trump told a rally in Virginia on Thursday that he’d like to save golf courses and the infrastructure that surrounds them.

“I would love to have the country stay great, and we can save golf, the infrastructure,” he said.

“If we don’t keep our country, we’re going to be great again,” he continued.

“And I’ll tell you, I have a lot of great things to say about this.

And we’re all going to say things.

We’re going be great.

I can’t wait.

We have to keep our great country great.

But we can do it.”

The president’s comments come as his administration faces increasing criticism for the state of infrastructure in the U.S.

The president has pledged to “take care of” Americas golf courses.

He has already vowed to “build a beautiful golf course on our border,” but has yet to outline a strategy for building infrastructure to keep the U,S.

golf course industry humming.

In November, Trump called for the federal government to help build new golf courses on public lands in an effort to “create a beautiful and prosperous America.”

The Trump administration has yet, however, outlined any specific plans for how the Trump administration would finance new golf facilities.

Trump has repeatedly claimed that the golf courses would be “built on private land,” which would be subject to a variety of tax breaks.

But in November, the White House said it was looking into the possibility of “open, private development.”