Former President Donald Trump was joined by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) as he enjoyed another day in Bedminster for the controversial Saudi-backed LIV golf tournament.
Trump, 76, stayed level in his monogrammed white shirt and black pants as he hit the golf course again on day three of the LIV tournament.
The former president was joined by the famous and outspoken Republicans, including Greene, 48, Caitlyn Jenner, 72, and his son Eric Trump and his family.
Jenner competes in the tournament with British golfer Paul Casey, who reportedly said, “She’s got a pretty good swing.”
Greene wore a blue and black striped sleeveless dress and giant sunglasses as she stood next to a disheveled Trump. The two were seen quite chatting as they laughed and pointed at each other while photographers snapped their photos.
Donald Trump was joined by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene at the LIV golf tournament at his in Bedminster on Saturday
Accompanied by their family, the couple appear to be enjoying the day’s events and engaged in lively conversation
Trump’s son maintained a casual figure in a dark green polo shirt with the course’s name on it and a black Trump hat.
His wife Lara, meanwhile, proved she’s quite the fashionista as she wore a white and yellow sundress with a boy in the middle and glittery blue shoes with stars on them.
The tournament with the slogan “Golf but louder” divided the sports world.
Some athletes are refusing to take part in protests against Saudi Arabia’s human rights abuses, and the event was sponsored by the families of victims of 11 in the attack and the Saudi Arabian government.
The former president appeared to be having a blast cruising around in his golf cart
Trump watched from the sidelines as a golf teeed off at Saturday’s LIV golf tournament
Many of these families have been gathering 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 swarming with the Secret Service.
A growing number of families of 9/11 victims have made their voices heard.
“We’re standing here, in the backyard, where 750 people turned to dust,” said one speaker. “We cannot believe that we have to be here 21 years later and speak out against a government trying to whitewash or whitewash their atrocities in sport.”
The protesters in Bedminster wore red caps with the words: 9/11 Justice. Trump and many fans here also wore red, except they read Make America Great Again. Many more wore TRUMP hats.
Earlier this weekend, Trump defended hosting the series, telling reporters at the course, “I’ve known these people in Saudi Arabia for a long time and they were friends of mine.
“They own big stakes in many, many American companies and frankly, what they’re doing for golf is so great, what they’re doing for the players is so great. Salaries will rise significantly.
“The PGA has not been loved by many players for a long time. Now they have an alternative and no one ever knew it was going to be a gold rush like this.’
Trump’s son Eric also seemed to enjoy Greene’s company as their couple chatted at the event
Lara Trump proved she’s quite the fashionista in a yellow and white sundress
Regarding 9/11, he said: “Unfortunately, no one has got to the bottom of 9/11. And they should have. As for the maniacs that did this horrible thing to our city, our country, the world, so no one was really there.’
Later, as he left the first tee, Trump even hinted that he would run for the White House again.
“You will be so happy. We’ll let you know pretty soon,’ he said. “You just made a story about me, my beauty,” he said. “The first in five years. Front page, tell them I appreciate it.”