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The former president was hosting the Saudi-funded series for a third time, this week at his Trump National Golf Club on the outskirts of Washington DC - a place he is targeting to return to.
Similarly to previous LIV events hosted at his Bedminster and Miami courses, the crowd seemed to be in attendance to snatch a glimpse of Trump just as much as the professional golfers on show.
And the 45th President did not waste the opportunity to greet his loyal supporters.
Arriving at the driving range on his presidential golf cart accompanied by his motorcade of around 15 secret service carts, Trump lumbered down the practice ground waving to the crowd gathered.
Donald Trump sized the chance to rally his supporter at LIV Golf in DC on Saturday
The former President graced the driving range at his Trump National Golf Course
Many called out to him with cried of '45,' 'No. 47,' or 'Let's go 2024,' which triggered a signature fist pump from the former President.
He greeted PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka, before heading further down to chat with Phil Mickelson and Patrick Reed, who let him take a shot from his spot on the range.
Shouts and screams rippled along the line packed against the fencing as he occasionally waved to his fans, who all had their smartphones out, cameras trained on their political star, rather than the LIV rebels.
He even stopped to sign flags and caps - many bore his 'Make America Great Again' or others were emblazoned with 'Trump' in block capitals, similar to the one son Eric and his wife Lara had donned for the occasion.
Where he stopped, the crowd surged, clamouring for his attention. Many begged for selfies, to which he obliged, others gushed with their love for him, while one teenager informed him he would be eligible to vote for the first time in 2024 - no guesses where that vote is going.
When asked if he could beat Ron DeSantis for the republican ticket and emerge from his third Presidential battle victorious, Trump didn't respond. He didn't need to.