Viral LIV Video Shows Trump, Carlson, MTG Laugh At 'Let's Go Brandon' Chant

A video of ex-President Donald Trump, Fox News' Tucker Carlson and Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has gone viral as the trio respond to chants of 'let's go Brandon.'

In the video, all three of them can be smiling and laughing as a crowd at the LIV golfing tournament chanted the right-wing slogan which has been used as a direct replacement for the "f*** Joe Biden" chant.

The video, taken on Sunday, has so far been viewed more than 125,000 times on Twitter.

In the clip, the person recording pans over the crowd of spectators before stopping at Trump, Carlson and Greene.

Carlson and Greene are seen laughing as the crowd chants while Trump smiled and pumped his fists.

Despite the apparent large crowd seen in the video, thin crowds were reported at the Saudi-backed tournament this weekend. Tickets were also reportedly being sold for as little as 1$ online.

LIV Golf has sparked significant controversy due to being financed by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund. The kingdom has faced strong criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike for its documented human rights abuses.

Last week, ahead of the tournament, Trump praised Saudi Arabia for supporting the tournament.

While LIV Golf managed to attract some high-profile professional golfers, the Professional Golfers' Association of America (PGA) Tour barred its members from participating in the competition.

Trump, however, embraced the new tournament after the PGA Tour ended its plan to host its championship at his Bedminster club following the events of January 6, 2021.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene, former U.S. President Donald Trump and Tucker Carlson are seen near the 16th tee during day three of the LIV Golf Invitational - Bedminster at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster on July 31, 2022 in Bedminster, New Jersey. A video of Trump, Greene and Carlson has gone viral as they react to chants of 'let's go Brandon'. Jonathan Ferrey/Getty

On Friday, relatives of the victims killed in the 9/11 terror attacks staged a protest outside Trump's Bedminster, New Jersey, Golf club, where the tournament was being held, due to Saudi Arabia's perceived involvement.

A group, known as 9/11 Justice, which is made up of more than 3,000 family members of victims of the attacks, also lashed out at professional golfers who joined the LIV Golf tournament, which began Friday.

Golfing stars Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka are among those who left the PGA Tour in order to collect larger paychecks from the Saudi-supported LIV event.

Juliette Scauso of 9/11 Justice said during a news conference: "We 9/11 families would trade any amount of money in the world just to see our loved ones again. Just to have one last hug, one conversation, one more round of golf."

On Thursday, Trump defended Saudi Arabia's role in the tournament. When asked by an ESPN reporter about the planned protests from 9/11 families, the former president said, "Nobody's gotten to the bottom of 9/11, unfortunately."

His statement contrasted with intelligence reports from the CIA and FBI that have suggested possible Saudi links to the attacks. Saudi Arabia has consistently denied any involvement with the attacks.

"I've known these people for a long time in Saudi Arabia. They've been friends of mine for a long time," Trump said to ESPN. "They've invested in many American companies, they own big percentages of many, many American companies, and frankly what they're doing for golf is so great."