‘My House Got Raided Too’: Trump And Son Eric Survive The ‘Back Off Challenge’ In Hilarious Video

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Former President Donald Trump survived the infamous “back off challenge” while golfing with his son Eric, a video shared Thursday shows.

During the “back off challenge,” players will attempt to distract a golfer and throw him off his game by shouting roasts in his direction as he tees off. Trump remained focused, practicing his swings before launching the ball over a large pond as the small group of people standing behind him hurled insults and quips at him, according to the video.

“Hey Trump, can you make America like Jews again?” one man said. Other insults included mocking his fashion as looking like he “just cleaned out a TJ Maxx,” and referencing the FBI raid of Mar-A-Lago. “Don’t worry, Mr. President, my house got raided too,” another associate said right as Trump sent the ball over the pond.

“You did not phase me,” Trump triumphantly told the crowd in the video.

Eric Trump stepped up to the tee next.

“Your scorecard is shadier than Hunter Biden’s laptop,” one man said.

“Not a lie,” Eric responded, smiling, before clearing the pond. (RELATED: Republicans Rail Against Treasury Dept For Allegedly Adding Rule To Cover For Hunter Biden)

“Solid as a rock. 45 is a 🐐,” one of the top comments of the Instagram post read.

The video appears to have been recorded at the Trump National Doral in Miami, Florida, at the LIV Golf international series.

“You think Biden can do that? I don’t think so,” Trump said after teeing off Thursday.