'Such a tiny hand': Trump blasted for doing tomahawk chop in 'white supremacist photo op'

Former president Donald Trump joined the crowd in a rendition of the controversial "tomahawk chop" at Game 4 of the World Series in Atlanta on Saturday night.

"He was seated in an open-air suite down the right field line at Truist Park, arriving in public view about 15 minutes before first pitch, standing for the national anthem alongside his wife, Melania," USA Today reports. "Herschel Walker, the former Heisman Trophy winner whose bid for a Georgia senate seat is backed by Trump, was also in the suite."

New York Times national political reporter Shane Goldmcher commented that Trump's decision to join the tomahawk chop was "surprising (to) no one."

Dave Zirin, sports editor for the Nation, wrote a few hours before the game that Trump "is traveling to the World Series just so he can be filmed doing the tomahawk chop in Georgia with his fellow @Braves. But if you state the obvious: that this all carries the stench of a white supremacist photo op, you're being divisive."

"Such a slap in the face to the family of Henry Aaron. Unconscionable and unforgivable. Looking forward to a future where Trump can root for the Atlanta Hammers from his cell," Zirin wrote.

Political commentator and former MSNBC host Keith Olberman said: "Trump is at the World Series, doing the racist 'chop' gesture and making the repetitive 'nuh nuh' sound that passes for its lyrics. Of course he is: this isn't our national anthem - he can remember the words to THIS song."

A few more reactions below.