STANDING OVATION: Crowd Goes Wild For President Trump At Army-Navy Game!

Members of our armed services, showed love for President Trump, at The Army-Navy football game Saturday afternoon


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It always does my heart good to see people, showing President Trump, some love and respect!

Not Just any people either, but esteemed Men and Women from our Armed Forces. 

Today’s story comes from The Army-Navy football game. President Trump made an appearance, and performed the coin toss, the crowd went wild, giving him a standing ovation. 

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The brave Men and Women in our armed forces KNOW, what a great leader President Trump is.

Just listen to that crowd ROAR!! Check it out: 

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Fox News reported: 

President Trump received cheers from the small crowd at the Army-Navy game Saturday afternoon as he made an appearance before kickoff.

Trump was greeted in the end zone by Army and Navy officers, and was led to midfield. The cadets in the stands gave the president some applause as he walked out.

The president participated in the coin toss as he has previously in the traditional rivalry game.

Army was hosting Navy at West Point, N.Y., for the first time in 77 years due to coronavirus restrictions in Pennsylvania, where the game is usually held.

The New York Post also added this: 

Navy midshipmen and Army cadets greeted President Trump with cheers and chants of “USA! USA!” Saturday as he emerged onto the turf of Michie Stadium at West Point for the 121st annual Army-Navy football game — in all likelihood his last as the players’ commander-in-chief.

The storied match-up, normally held in Philadelphia’s cavernous Lincoln Financial Field, this year moved to the US Military Academy’s much cozier gridiron due to the coronavirus pandemic.

With only the 9,000 students of the two schools in attendance and a heavy fog hovering over the stadium, the roar for Trump was more muted this year than the waves of ovations he received at last year’s game.



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