STANDING OVATION: Trump Cheered at LSU-Alabama Game, Crowd Chants “USA! USA!” (VIDEO)

by Kristinn Taylor
November 9, 2019

President Trump arrived to cheers and chants of “USA! USA!” from a packed crowd of over 100,000 at Bryant-Denny Stadium for the LSU-Alabama college football game in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Saturday afternoon. Trump and First Lady Melania took seats in a box on the LSU side of the field. Later the crowd gave Trump a standing ovation when he and Melania were shown on the Jumbotron.

Trump was cheered by a crowd outside the stadium as he arrived.

Trump arrives at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

— WilliamThornton (@billineastala) November 9, 2019

Inside the stadium, Trump was cheered and received with “USA!” chants.

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are in attendance at the Alabama/LSU football game @TheCrimsonWhite @CWsports

— Hannah Saad (@hannah_saad21) November 9, 2019


Trump is welcomed with open arms at the LSU vs. Alabama game.

In DC, he was booed at the Nationals game.

A pretty great example of the DC resistance bubble.

— Caleb Hull 🎅🏻🎁 (@CalebJHull) November 9, 2019

Excerpt from pool report: “POTUS just came in and stood waving from a luxury box near midfield. Fans cheered loudly, some chanting “USA”

On scene video:

Donald Trump and Melania in suite at 50 yard line behind LSU bench. Crowd cheers and chants USA.

— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) November 9, 2019

Trump gets a standing O when he is shown on the Jumbotron

— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) November 9, 2019

Massive cheers:

Cheers drown out the lingering boos.

— Matt Houston (@MattCHouston) November 9, 2019

Trump & Melania on the Jumbotron

— Jessa Reid Bolling (@jr_bolling) November 9, 2019

Video clip from TV coverage:

President Trump, and the First Lady at Bryant-Denny Stadium…#LSUvsBAMA

— SMH (@BTCballer1) November 9, 2019

New video from different vantage point in stadium:

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump greeted with cheers and chants of “USA” and “Trump 2020” here in Tuscaloosa at #AlabamaVsLSU.

The Trumps were announced during the first timeout. Alabama fumbled in the red zone right after.

— Dan Merica (@merica) November 9, 2019

UPDATE: Those at the game with the President:

A certain Senate candidate not named Jeff Sessions is sitting with President Trump at today’s game.

— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) November 9, 2019

Also in the box:

Sen. Richard Shelby

Rep. Robert Aderholt

Rep. Gary Palmer

Rep. Clay Higgins

Rep. Mike Johnson

Rep. Ralph Abraham

Rep. Garret Graves

— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) November 9, 2019