Donald Trump chats with fans at his New Jersey golf course on Sunday at the Saudi-backed LIV tournament
Donald Trump was spotted signing autographs for fans and chatting with golfers at his Bedminster, New Jersey club on Sunday during the third day of a controversial Saudi Arabia-led tournament backing.
The former president has agreed to host the LIV golf tournament on one of his properties for an undisclosed amount.
Earlier on Sunday, he took to his social media app Truth Social to troll President Joe Biden about his COVID-19 re-diagnosis.
The president tested positive Saturday after testing negative for four days in a row, though he no longer shows symptoms after being infected earlier this month. His doctor explained that it was a rare but not unheard of symptom with Paxlovid treatment.
But Trump suggested that Biden suffered from ‘amnesia’ rather than the coronavirus and used it to once again push one of his election fraud conspiracy theories about 2020 voter counts in battleground states like Wisconsin.
‘Joe Biden’s second outbreak of Covid, sometimes called the Chinese Virus, was misdiagnosed by doctors. Instead, he has dementia, but is happily recovering,’ Trump wrote on Truth Social.
‘Joe is thinking of moving, part-time, to one of the beautiful Wisconsin Nursing Homes, where almost 100% of the residents magically, and for the first time in history, have enough strength and energy to live. volume to vote – even if those ballots were cast illegally. ‘
He limits it: ‘Get well soon, Joe!’
Donald Trump was seen in a chatty mood on Sunday on Tuesday as he hosted the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Tournament
He shook hands and joked with golfers Sunday morning after teasing Joe Biden on social media
Trump is also caught up in a Justice Department investigation into the January 6 riots in the Capitol
He was seen interacting with fans on Sunday, many of whom were outfitted with pro-Trump gear
He tossed his hat into the crowd and signed autographs, as seen in the photos taken by DailyMail.com
Trump fans and golf aficionados also flocked to the luxury golf course in central New Jersey on Sunday for the tournament that divided the sports world.
People carried banners that read ‘Trump 2024’ and enthusiastically interacted with the former president, who tosses his autographed red hats into the stands.
On Saturday, Trump was joined at the event by Firebrand Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.).
Trump, 76, was still wearing a white monogrammed shirt and black trousers as he golfed again on day three of the LIV tournament.
The former president was joined by prominent and outspoken Republicans, including Greene, 48, Caitlyn Jenner, 72, and son Eric Trump and his family.
Jenner is competing in the tournament with British golfer Paul Casey, who is reported to ‘have a pretty good swing.’
Greene wore a dark blue striped sleeveless dress and large sunglasses as she was photographed standing next to a debilitated Trump. The couple were seen chatting quite happily, as they laughed and pointed at each other as photographers took their pictures.
Donald Trump was joined by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene at his Bedminster LIV golf tournament on Saturday
Joined by his family, the couple seemed to enjoy the day’s events and have an energetic conversation
Trump’s son kept a casual look in a dark blue polo shirt with the course’s name monogram and a black Trump hat.
Meanwhile, his wife, Lara, proved she’s a fashionista as she donned a white and yellow summer dress with a baby boy in the center and sparkling blue shoes with stars. above them.
The tournament, bearing the slogan ‘Golf but Bigger’, has divided the sports world.
Some athletes refused to participate in protest at Saudi Arabia’s human rights record and the event was evaded by the families of 9/11 victims, due to a declassified government report. recently revealed a link between the terrorists involved in the attack and the Saudi Arabian government.
The former president seemed to have an explosion as he glided around in his golf cart
Trump watched from the sidelines as a golfer tees at the LIV golf tournament on Saturday
Many of those families have gathered at the local library near Trump’s club to protest since the tournament began; they couldn’t get close to the actual event, which was overrun by the Secret Service.
Many families of 9/11 victims have spoken out.
One speaker said: ‘We are standing here, in the backyard where 750 people have turned to dust. ‘We can’t believe we have to be here 21 years later, speaking out against a government that is trying to clean up sport or whitewash its atrocities.’
Bedminster protesters wore red hats that read: 9/11 Justice. Trump, and many of the fans here, also sport red, except for their words: Make America Great Again. Many others wear TRUMP hats.
Earlier this week, Trump defended hosting the series, telling reporters at the course: ‘I’ve known these people for a long time in Saudi Arabia and they’re my friends.
‘They own a large percentage of a lot of American companies and to be honest, what they’re doing for golf is amazing, what they’re doing for players is amazing too. Wages will increase.
‘PGA hasn’t been loved by many players for a long time. Now they have an alternative and no one would have known that it would be a gold rush, like this one. ‘
Trump’s son, Eric, also seemed to enjoy Greene’s company as the couple chatted at the event
Lara Trump proves she’s a fashionista in a yellow and white dress
As for 9/11, he said: ‘Unfortunately, no one has been able to reach the bottom of 9/11. And they should have. To the lunatics who did that terrible thing to our city, to our country, to the world, so no one was really there. ‘
Then, at the start of his first tee, Trump even hinted that he would run for the White House again.
‘You will be very happy. We’ll let you know soon,” he said. “They just told a story about me, it was amazing,” he said. ‘For the first time in five years. Front page, tell them I appreciate it. ‘