In the weeks leading up to his hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump faced protestors — as well as threats of hecklers from the live studio audience.

One group — Deport Racism 2016 — promised to pay $5,000 to anyone who said “Trump is a racist” on the air.

Turns out someone did, but it was none other than “SNL” guest star Larry David.

David, who’d already appeared in the show’s cold open as Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders, interrupted Trump’s monologue.

Trump was flanked by his two doppelgangers, Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond, and was praising them: “They don’t have my talent, my money or especially my good looks, but you know what? They’re not bad, and we’re going to have a lot of fun tonight.”

“You’re a racist! Trump’s a racist!” shouted David, adding, “I heard if I yelled that, they’d give me $5,000.”

Responded Trump: “As a businessman, I can fully respect that.”

And how’s this for a punchline: David will get the $5,000 reward. The group Deport Racism tweeted that joke or not, his “heckling” met their standards: