The President-Elect made a pit stop on Saturday.
Amid rumors of Russia’s interference with the 2016 election, and surely, a number of important domestic affairs, President-Elect Donald Trump made time to attend the Army-Navy game on Saturday, as he said he would.
Here he is, wearing a tie that is slightly too large.
As a show of support for our Armed Forces, I will be going to The Army-Navy Game today. Looking forward to it, should be fun!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 10, 2016
Trump then went into the TV booth and shared his thoughts on “not the best” football.
He also said this:
Trump asked who he idolized as a kid, he says Joe Namath, who is three years older than him— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) December 10, 2016
And talked about Bill Belichick, apparently.
And somehow, Verne Lundquist might become the ambassador to Sweden?
President Obama is not at the game, but he went in 2011. Historically, presidents have made stops at the game. As for President-Elects? That’s a little more unclear, according to the Washington Post.