Fans at all 3 College Games hes attended welcome president with distinct & overwhelming ovations
WASHINGTON D.C. (Texas Insider Report) At Monday nights College Football Championship game between # 1-ranked LSU and the #3-ranked Clemson at the Superdome in New Orleans President Donald & 1st Lady Melania Trump were greeted with deafening cheers and chants of U-S-A! U-S-A!" as the 1st Couple walked onto the field just prior to the singing of the National Anthem.
For the third time in three months President Trump has made a public appearance at a college football game and for the third consecutive trip hes been greeted by raucous cheers.
The NFL may largely hate Donald Trump because of his out-spoken stance on players standing for the National Anthem but college football fans sure dont.
The fans at all three college games hes attended have greeted the president with distinct and overwhelmingly positive ovations.
The thing that he appreciates is that in Southern states football and politics get equal billing in terms of being the top sport" said John Couvillon a Louisiana-based pollster and political consultant.
Trumps allegiance to college football has left him undefeated in terms of reception.
Trump won the votes of all the states with an SEC footprint and won 58 of the vote in Louisiana and 55 in South Carolina where both the schools playing in Monday nights title game are located.
The appearance cements his relationship with his core constituency" said Howell Raines the former New York Times Editor & Political Commentator for MSNBC.
As they came onto the field the President and 1st Lady were enthusiastically greeted by cheers which eventually erupted in a U-S-A chant as heard in the following video:
According to the Public Address Announcer the President and 1st Lady visited with LSUs and Clemsons ROTC Units prior to the singing of the National Anthem sung by Louisiana-born and 2-Time Grammy Award Winner and Christian music artist Lauren Daigle.
The LSU Tigers (Louisiana State University) defeated the Clemson Tigers 42-25 securing the schools first National Championship since 2007.