Don Cheadle Claims Trump Once Used N-Word at Golf Tournament, Sparking Twitter Uproar

“House of Lies” actor stood his ground with fans of the POTUS who think actor’s claim is bogus

Don Cheadle made it perfectly clear Saturday night why he’s not much of a Donald Trump fan, claiming on Twitter that the current president once used the racially charged N-word during a golf tournament with the father of one of the actor’s friends.

“Hated him since he asked my friend’s father at a Doral pro-am if he ever ‘f—ed a n—-r…'” the Oscar-nominated actor tweeted on Sunday. “Did it for me.”

The star of Showtime’s “House of Lies” offered no further details about the alleged encounter, such as when exactly it occurred or the identity of his “famous” friend — or her father.

The POTUS’ spokesperson didn’t immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.

The assertion left many of Cheadle’s Twitter followers doubtful of the unsubstantiated claim while some defenders dismissed it as more “locker room talk.”

“If I taped her father swearing to it on a stack of bibles you’d STILL say it was a lie and you know it,” Cheadle wrote about demands to substantiate his claims. “There’s no compelling ‘proof’ for U.”

Cheadle also chided Trump supporters who were quick to defend the president despite his questionable record on race issues throughout his real estate career. “Aw, what’s a couple of N bombs between friends?” he asked.

And the conversation between him and the skeptics evolved from there. Here’s a tiny slice of the Twitter pie.