President Donald Trump reminded the nation on Saturday of how much he appreciates our United States military by attending the Army-Navy football game — and when it came to the coin toss, he did the honors.
The president arrived for the game in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon, tweeting about his excitement for the event before he landed. Once on the ground, he spent some time greeting supporters.
President Trump greets supporters after landing in Philadelphia for the Army-Navy game. pic.twitter.com/7rpY5Xb6hR
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At the stadium, President Trump kicked off the game by handling the coin toss, after which the crowd erupted into cheers.
Trump with the coin toss for the Army-Navy game pic.twitter.com/anjgKQNuPd
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In a statement, West Point said it was an “honor” to have the Commander in Chief present:
“It’s an honor to have the president in attendance as the nation watches these men fight one another with every ounce of their being on the field, but when it’s all said and done, they will combine to form one of the most powerful fighting forces known to mankind – the U.S. Armed Forces.” – READ MORE