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Trumps cheered at Alabama-LSU Game

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A few weeks after getting “Booed” a baseball game, President Donald Trump experienced a more positive greeting from fans attending a football game in Alabama.

During Saturday’s Alabama-LSU matchup, the President and First lady were introduced to the crowd and they were shown on the stadium’s giant screens.

As the Trump’s waved to the crowd, the few people who voiced their disapproval were drowned out by the overwhelming sound of those who were happy to have the President in attendance.

The cheering, complete with shouts of “U.S.A”, “MAGA” and “Four More Years” carried on for a bit before fans returned their attention to what was a pretty exciting game.

The President left the game with 8 minutes to go and the home team eventually lost 46-41.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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