The President of the United States, Donald Trump, received boos and shouts while attending a World Series (Baseball) game in Washington.
The president lived an awkward moment when he was shown on the screens of the Nationals Park during the game between Washington Nationals and Houston Astros.
The President was in the box next to his wife, Melania Trump, and some Republican members of Congress, such as Steve Scalise and Senator Lindsey Graham, when his image appeared on the big screen and people started shouting: “Let him go ! ”,“ Lock it up, lock it up! ”In reference to the political trial investigation that Congress has opened against it.RELATED
To everyone's discomfort, Donald Trump did not lose his composure and only managed to smile.
President Trump was greeted with boos and ‘lock him up’ chants when he appeared on screen at the #WorldSeries
– Reuters (@Reuters) October 28, 2019
Also, during the game a tribute was presented in video of thanks to the American troops, for the death of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State terrorist group, so that Trump's image was again shown on the screen giant.
Before retiring, Trump kept a calm countenance, with handshakes and smiles, until he left the stadium shortly before the game ended.
As The Guardian recalled, presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon and Bush's father and son have been booed by attending baseball games during their time as presidents.
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– Jesse Yomtov (@JesseYomtov) October 28, 2019