Travelodge in Rhyl have cancelled Donald Trump’s reservation next month in light of the latest Watersportsgate scandal.
Manager Billy Duvet decided to pull the plug after reading about the latest scandal involving the President elect on the news.
He told WalesOnCraic:
“We’ve had some guests get up to no good in the past but we draw the line at this kind of behaviour. We like to keep our beds nice and dry for our next guests and in line with company policy, we’ve decided to cancel Mr Trump’s reservation. We have the discretion to cancel reservations if we need to and we won’t be offering him a refund.”
Mr Trump was due to visit Rhyl in February to open a new car boot sale that takes place in a local school. He’d paid £39 on his credit card for accommodation for one night, not including breakfast.
A spokesman for the White House said:
“We are disappointed to hear that this reservation has been cancelled, especially in light of the fact that this watersports scandal has been totally fabricated to make Mr Trump look like a dirty old man. He was looking forward to visiting Rhyl and visiting the old pier and beach front but he’ll have to make it another day now when this has all blown over.”