President Trump walked onto the field at the College Football Championship game last night to a thunderous ovation before standing with soldiers for the National Anthem.
Many viewers were surprised ESPN even showed President Trump receiving this cheers considering the liberal network has made it their mission to attack him over the past few months.
In another disgusting move, ESPN scheduled vile anti-Trump rapper Kendrick Lamar to perform the halftime show last night, knowing Pres. Trump would be in attendance.
And don’t forget one of their top TV personalities, Jemele Hill, has called Pres. Trump a White Supremacist over and over, yet she still has the support of Liberal ESPN/Disney CEO Bob Iger.
Well, President Trump finally got revenge last night!
According to Fox Sports Radio Host Clay Travis, ESPN asked President Trump to come on Live TV for an interview during the game… and he turned them down!
Instead, President Trump interviewed with a local Alabama radio broadcast. He wasn’t going to let Liberal ESPN use him for ratings after they’ve been bashing him for months. Instead, he helped out a local Radio station who is respectful to Pres. Trump and his supporters in the heartland.
As usual, President Trump gets the last laugh. Travis, who was attending the game also confirmed that President Trump got a standing ovation, in case ESPN tried to alter the sound.
Here is the moment where President Trump walked out of the tunnel, flanked by proud soldiers on both sides. WATCH this and you can hear the thunderous applause and even chants of “USA, USA!”
Lots of cheers for President Trump as he arrives to #NationalChampionship game!
chants of "USA, USA!" pic.twitter.com/S8mnGQ0Xkv
— Daradol (@Daradol1) January 9, 2018
It’s clear why President Trump seems to enjoy the College Football atmosphere versus the anti-American anthem kneeling in the NFL.
Watch him proudly sing the National Anthem with his hand firmly on his heart, surrounded by patriotic soldiers. SHARE this on Facebook if you stand with Trump against the lying media!
— ABC News (@ABC) January 9, 2018