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Michael Jordan Just Threw Some Shade At President Obama's Golf Game

'I never said he wasn't a great politician. I said he's a sh---y golfer.'

Michael Jordan might be a fan of Barack Obama's politics, but the former NBA star thinks the president's golf game could definitely use some work.

During an interview with Back9Network's Ahmad Rashad, Michael Jordan boldly took a couple of 3-points shots right at the President of the United States. The retired NBA champ spends most of his off days shooting for par on the green, but you won't see him putting up against Barack Obama.

Rashad inquired about Jordan's dream foursome, a type of golf game where players compete in teams of two, each using one ball, and taking alternate shots until the hole is completed. Arnold Palmer was the all-star's first pick, and he was about to add Obama before backing out on the decision and throwing shade all over the President's golf game.

"I never played with Obama, but I would..." Jordan started. "But, nah, that's okay. I'd take him out. He's a hack and it'd be all day playing with him."

"You really want to say that the president of the United States is a hack?" Rashad asked, giving Jordan a way out. But he refused to take it.

Instead, MJ continued on.

"I never said he wasn't a great politician," Jordan corrected. "I said he's a sh---y golfer."

Okay then... we'll be waiting for the president to hold an emergency press conference to address this pressing issue.