Donald Trump looked like a totally different person as he swayed to take part in a Saudi-backed LIV competition.
The former president, 75, took to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, to take part in the tournament alongside notable celebrities, including his son Eric Trump, professional golfer Dustin Johnson, Caitlyn Jenner and many others.
Wearing a white polo shirt, black trousers and a MAGA hat, many noted the former president’s face looked surprisingly more natural than usual as he worked out.
The famous orange glow and the light under the eyes had disappeared from the face of the former president.
This left several people on social media quite perplexed.
“Trump without his makeup looks like a totally different person. Take off the MAGA hat and I wouldn’t have recognized him. Anthony wrote on Twitter.
“My man looks like he drank the wrong grail,” Matt tweeted.
Trump has been widely criticized for backing the LIV tournament following his past comments about the Saudi regime.
He praised the country in interviews and managed to dodge questions about 9/11.
“I have known these people for a long time in Saudi Arabia, they have been friends of mine for a long time,” Trump explained. “They’ve invested in a lot of American companies, they own big percentages in a lot of American companies, and frankly what they’re doing for golf is great.
“The PGA was not liked by a lot of players, as you know, for a long time,” he claimed. “Now they have an alternative and no one would have ever known there would be a gold rush like this.”
After 9/11, Trump pointed to Saudi involvement in the terrorist attack on US soil.
In an interview on Fox & Friends, he said, “Who blew up the World Trade Center? It wasn’t the Iraqis, it was the Saudis.
“Look at Saudi Arabia. Open the documents. We should get Bush or someone to open the documents because frankly if you open the documents I think you’re going to see it was Saudi Arabia … These people would not have been in the country if my policy had been intact.
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