Did Donald Trump Forget the Words to the National Anthem?

Did Donald Trump Forget the Words to the National Anthem?

Tens of thousands of fans at a college championship game in Atlanta between the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama booed and cheered as he took to the field for the national anthem.

Trump has castigated players for protesting racial discrimination by kneeling during the anthem.

The president had previously also courted controversy over his singing of the national anthem in May previous year.

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Trump's anthem fumble left the "tweet-happy" president quiet for the time being. Hmm. well, that's one way to show respect, I guess.

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While Trump's supporters are saying that they're proud to see the guy standing up with his hand on his heart (they'll grasp onto just about anything these days), his detractors and critics noticed that he struggled through the song and it looked like he had forgotten all the words.

"We love our flag and we love our anthem and we want to keep it that way", Donald Trump said at the annual gathering of the American Farm Bureau Federation on January 8 again criticising protesters at football matches opposing police brutality.

The Anthem was performed by the Zac Brown Band at Monday night's game.

President Trump made an on-field appearance prior to kickoff.

After the supposed fumble, Josh Dawsey, a White House reporter who travels with the president, took to Twitter to give his take. "Colin Kaepernick", Charlotte Clymer tweeted, referring to the football player who kicked off the kneeling protests.

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