MUST WATCH: Don’t Let the Media Fool You, Here’s What Americans Really Think of President Trump
When you look at the polls and the news that the mainstream media dishes out to the public on a regular basis, you might believe that most of the country really doesn’t like President Trump.
However, when you look at the real news that doesn’t get covered by the MSM outlets, you’ll see a different story, the true story. That story tells us that America loves Trump!
Sure, some people don’t. Your braindead college students and your illogical Democrats who are just hell-bent on taking down anyone who opposes them definitely don’t like the President.
But on Monday night, with a stadium full with thousands of people, the NCAA College Football Championship game was played between the LSU Tigers and the Clemson Tigers.
President Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump both attended the game. Prior to the start, they were welcomed and introduced to the attendees. The crowd erupted with cheers and clapping and whistling as you’ve never seen!
You can even start hearing the crowd shouting, “USA! USA! USA!” These are Americans that are proud of their country and proud of their president who is doing a phenomenal job.
How the crowd reacted when President Donald Trump walked in to the National Championship Game. pic.twitter.com/1a0nyLrYNV
— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) January 14, 2020
The crowd went absolutely wild for @realDonaldTrump
at the College Football National Championship game as they walked onto the field.
Chants of "USA" broke out.
This is America.#LSUvsCLEM pic.twitter.com/dEn6MjDai8
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) January 14, 2020
Donald Trump is announced as cheers erupt in the Superdome at the CFP National Championship Game pic.twitter.com/8fv53PQR9t
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) January 14, 2020
This was only one of the recent sporting events that President Trump has attended. This game was actually the third game of the season that the President has attended.
The president received a much warmer welcome when he attended a November football game between LSU and Alabama and the December Army-Navy game.
Trump last attended the College Football Playoff National Championship in Atlanta in 2018, similarly walking onto the field to stand with U.S. military members during the national anthem.
Trump welcomed the Clemson football team, last year’s champions, to the White House in early 2019, serving them fast food because the federal government was in the midst of a shutdown. (The Hill)