Donald Trump Is Cheered On The Duel Between LSU And Alabama

After the recent boos to the president of the United States, Donald Trump, during the MLB World Series in the Nationals Park and in the fight between Jorge Masvidal and Nate Díaz of the UFC at Madison Square Garden, the president attended the sporting event of the week where LSU's Tigers beat Crimson Tide of Alabama 46-41 and received cheers from the public at the collegiate football match.

Just before the initial kick, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump received a cheer from fans at Bryant – Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in addition to chants that were heard in unison "USA" as well as "Trump 2020 "after they were introduced to the public.

However, not everything resulted in uproar on Saturday afternoon in Alabama. During the first half out of the game, where the president and the first lady had an official introduction in the stadium before the public, some spectators booed the executive leader, while the majority applauded and cheered, according to information from the journalist Veronica Stracqualursi.


The Trump couple witnessed the event in one of the stadium boxes, which belongs to Jim Wilson, a real estate entrepreneur and member of the board of directors of Alabama University, according to CNN information.

In the same box, to witness the school duel, they were joined by Republican politicians from Louisiana and Alabama, in addition to Congressman Bradley Byrne – also a Republican – who is currently a candidate for a primary seat in the United States Senate and whose rival is the former Fiscal Trump General, Jeff Sessions.

The president, along with his wife, left the meeting that gave shelter to more than 100,000 fans when the clock struck 8 minutes of the last period and LSU was up 39-27 over Alabama.



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