Trump Gets "Mainly Cheers" at College National Football Championship

Clyde Nash
January 10, 2018

Before the college football national championship game on Monday, the President of the United States looked more than a little lost.

President Trump is the oldest person to be elected president in USA history, and his memory has often been called into question.

According to the code, during a rendition of the anthem, everyone present must stand at attention facing the flag with their right hand over their heart.

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"We want our flag respected, and we want our National Anthem respected also", Trump said during a speech to a farmers' convention in Nashville, Tennessee. Even though the USA president hasn't really spoken about these issues or lashed out at the "fake media" for stoking these fears, it looks like these speculations aren't going to die anytime soon, considering the Twitterati is once again speaking of it.

Most of the players from Georgia and Alabama remained in their locker rooms during the anthem - though Alabama star running back Bo Scarbrough was caught on audio yelling "F-k Trump" in the tunnel at the Atlanta stadium before taking the field.

With his hand placed on his heart, Trump swayed along the tune while mumbling through the anthem, prompting people to question if he even knew the words at all, which is ironic country since he seems to have made the national anthem an important part of his political rhetoric. Those in military uniform should salute.

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He was escorted onto the field for the "Star-Spangled Banner".

Trump has been sparring with the NFL over "take a knee" protests during the National Anthem since the start of the season. "He's fired. He's fired!'" Trump said at the time. BBC News journalist Anthony Zurcher pointed out on Twitter that it can be hard to hear the anthem on the field, and singing along isn't always easy. In October 2017, he had also asked Vice President Mike Pence to leave an Indianapolis Colts game early after the players knelt during the National Anthem.

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