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President Trump visited his third major sports event in 13 days Saturday, traveling to Tuscaloosa, Ala. in the highly anticipated SEC matchup between the hometown Crimson Tide and the LSU Tigers.
President Donald Trump watches the first half of a NCAA football game between Alabama and LSU, with his wife, Melania Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, in Tuscaloosa, Alb. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Trump and his wife Melania Trump, sitting in a box, an animal on the field of play, were introduced to the audience in the Bryant-Denny Stadium, began shortly before the game. The pair received considerable cheers with a few Boos mixed in. The crowd began chanting “USA, USA”, shortly after they were introduced.
Trump, the Alabama won with 63 percent of the vote in the 2016 presidential elections, smiled, gave him a thumbs-up a couple of times and threw a couple of fist bumps in the air, as the Alabama fans waved red and white POM-poms in the response. Melania Trump’s got an equally enthusiastic reception.
The accession of the trump card in the box, sen., Richard Shelby, R-Ala., and members of Congress from both States. The group included Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Ala., who is running for Senate against a field of primary opponents, which includes former attorney General Jeff Sessions.
President Donald Trump and wife Melania Trump attend Saturday’s game between LSU and Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
There was little sign of the political mood on campus, but many of the party to receive the cross-grumbling about the long lines, in the due to improved security.
The inflatable figure representing a baby Donald Trump wears a diaper, which has been seen in protests around the world, has made an appearance in Tuscaloosa. A protester wore a sign that said, “Roll Tide charges of 45” and a wife was to say signing you had sold your ticket and the money donated to the Alabama Democratic party.
But there were more pro-Trump characters. One woman wore an oversized red MAGA hat, and carried a shield with the inscription: “Make BAMA #1 Again.” It flags were adorned with “Trump 2020” and a Banner with the inscription: “Keep America Great Trump 2020.”
A crowd of more than 100,000 crimson-clad fans cheered long before kick-off, as the P. A. announcer Hype the “game of the century” and praised the American service-members, Monday Veteran’s Day holiday.
Trump apart from the selection of a page in the Alabama-LSU matchup, the first regular-season game between the AP poll’s top two teams since 2011.
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“I love Alabama,” Trump said Friday. “I’ll go, you will see a very good football game that morning with the LSU, and it will be great.”
“Regardless of your political views, that’s pretty cool that the President is on the game,” said the LSU-ditch quarterback, Joe.
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Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs III said, “Only for him self, the wish to come to this game, it just shows, like I said, the size of the game.”
Oct. 27, Trump attended game 5 of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros, where he was roundly booed. Some of the fans at the game chanted imprison “him.”
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Trump was to refuse the first President to throw the ceremonial first pitch at a World Series game,” the fan experience as positive as possible,” according to MLB commissioner Rob Manfred.
Last week, trump the nationals honored, after their first World Series championship. Nationals all-star catcher Kurt Suzuki, in contrast to many of his fans and team-mates, has no Problem with the President. Suzuki put a red “Make America Great Again” hat on his head, as he made his way to the podium.
Trump received a mixed reaction when he attended an Ultimate Fighting Championship card at Madison Square Garden in New York City last Saturday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.