Protestors Project "F-k Trump" On Stadium At College Football National Championship


The President stood with his hand over his heart, singing along to parts of the anthem. Another wave of cheers and jeers followed him as he left the field. They plan to "take a knee against Trump" outside CNN's world headquarters shortly before Trump arrives two hours prior to kickoff. His motorcade caused gridlock and long lines outside the sold-out stadium.

As for the national anthem, Trump appeared to have some trouble of his own with it ahead of the game. He will travel to Nashville, Tennessee, for the remarks.

Among those who are going to be in attendance for the game is President Trump and his wife Melania.

Trump has embraced college football amid an ongoing feud with the National Football League over players who protest during the national anthem against social injustice.

The organization wrote in a Facebook post Sunday that it hopes to create a visual effect reminiscent of a blizzard at Monday's game between Alabama and Georgia.

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Months after wading into the culture war over protests during the anthem, the president was greeted by tens of thousands in Atlanta with cheers and a smattering of boos.

"Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in disgusting shape and falling apart (not to mention crime infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results". He signed it shortly after Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece, Alveda King, boarded Air Force One.

"You know the right-wing calls all of us who protest against various things 'snowflakes, so we're trying to make this a snowflake twitter storm", Rose explained to TheDCNF.

"I hope that this moment will serve as a reminder of the constant work to realize Dr. King's dream of building the Beloved Community - a community at peace with itself and our neighbors", Lewis said.