By Sandra Rose  | 

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Former President Donald Trump sparked anger and outrage when he did the "Tomahawk Chop" during game 4 of the World Series on Saturday.

The Atlanta Braves lead the Houston Astros 3-1 in the series after taking game 4 at Truist Park in Cobb County, near Atlanta, on Saturday night.

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President Trump generated the most headlines when he and former first lady Melania Trump made the Atlanta Braves' "chop" motion during the game.

The Braves' name, mascot, "Tomahawk Chop" and tribal war chants by the crowd are considered "degrading and racist" to American Indians and indigenous groups.

Many say the slicing motion Atlanta players make to simulate "scalping" their opponent is particularly offensive.

Other sports franchises have dropped their Indian names, but the Braves continue to resist calls to be more racially sensitive in today's "woke" environment.

One USA Today writer refuses to name the Braves in his articles about the World Series. Instead, he refers to the team as simply "Atlanta."

Trump's Tomahawk Chop during game 4 sparked more outrage and fury on the left.

Trump previously encouraged a boycott of all baseball games after MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred moved the All-Star game from Atlanta to Denver to protest Gov. Brian Kemp's voting bill.

Commissioner Manfred defended the Tomahawk Chop, saying local indigenous groups are not offended by the gesture.

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