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Donald Trump handles coin-throw obligation at Army-Navy game at West Point

ESPN’s Sage Steele clarifies what makes the Army-Navy game the best contention in games and why it’s one of the last binding together minutes we have left in our nation. 

WEST POINT, N.Y. — After spending Saturday morning and early evening time railing on Twitter against a few Republicans for declining to help him topple president-elect Joe Biden’s triumph in a month ago’s political decision.

Wearing a dark coat and red tie, Trump showed up at Michie Stadium at 2:27 ET, passing grounds fighters saluting at consideration on street convergences. 

President Donald Trump watches a fly-over before the beginning of the 121st Army-Navy game. 

The current year’s down, the 121st in the arrangement, was supposed to be played in Philadelphia, which has facilitated six of the previous eight games and 89 gatherings generally, remembering for consistently from 1945-82. 

In any case, because of state limitations on inhabitance at outside occasions that would have prevented the entire Corps of Cadets and Brigade of Midshipmen from being in participation, the two foundations chose to move the game to Michie Stadium by goodness of the Black Knights being assigned the “host group” in the current year’s matchup. 

After spending Saturday morning and early evening time railing on Twitter against a few Republicans for declining to help him topple president-elect Joe Biden’s triumph in a month ago’s political decision.

Wearing a dark coat and red tie, Trump showed up at Michie Stadium at 2:27 ET, passing grounds fighters saluting at consideration on street convergences. 

With around 4,300 Cadets and 4,300 Midshipmen permitted in the stands, the participation is about 9,000 onlookers, a fourth of Michie Stadium’s ordinary limit. 

This is the third consecutive year Trump has showed up at the Army-Navy game and his fourth excursion by and large, joining a visit to the 2016 game as president-elect. He is one of three sitting presidents to go to at any rate three games in the arrangement, which started in 1890 and has been played every year since 1930. 

 George W. Shrubbery went to the Army-Navy game in 2001, 2004 and 2008.

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