Former President Donald Trump performed the tomahawk chop at Game 4 in the World Series, just months after he called for a boycott on Major League Baseball.

Trump sat beside Melania as he mingled with fans in a private room before the game between the Houston Astros and Atlanta Braves.

Trump was expected to be accompanied by political allies, including Herschel Walker, U.S. Senate candidate.

Trump sent a mass email Saturday to his supporters, informing them of his plans for the World Series appearance.

“Looking forwards to attending the World Series in Atlanta tonight. We are grateful to Rob Manfred, the Commissioner of Baseball, and Randy Levine, the New York Yankees for inviting us. Melania and me look forward to an evening of great baseball!

MLB denied the invitation and stated in a statement that “He requested to be there.”

Levine is the Yankees president.

Trump was able to see Walker during his visit to Truist park. Walker is a former University of Georgia Heisman Trophy Winner and ran back with the Dallas Cowboys.

Trump owned the Generals at the time Walker played in the league’s now-defunct league. They have maintained a close relationship. Trump encouraged Walker to run in the Senate.

On Wednesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell supported Walker. Walker, who seeks to unseat Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock on Wednesday, stated that he was having a “fun” playing with Trump.

Trump called for a boycott of MLB games following Manfred’s removal from Atlanta of the All-Star Game. Instead, the game was held in Denver.

Although President Joe Biden supported the move of the game, some Braves fans as well as businesses close to Truist Park felt they were unfairly punished.

Manfred’s April announcement came after protests against Georgia’s new voting laws, which include an ID requirement for mail in votes. Critics claim the law will adversely affect communities of color.

Trump might have chosen Atlanta to receive a better reception than his previous World Series appearance. He was booed as he sat in a stadium at Game 5 in the 2019 World Series between Washington at Nationals Park and the Astros, while he was still in office.

During the game, Trump was not visible on the Truist park video board.