The president who harped on the anthem fumbled it

The president who harped on the anthem fumbled it

College football fans were glued to their televisions Monday night (Jan. 8) as the Alabama Crimson Tide faced off against the Georgia Bulldogs in this year's heated NCAA National Championship game.

Donald Trump Jr., the son of President Donald Trump, on Tuesday praised his father for showing "some respect" for the national anthem and the American flag.

"Most schools are wise enough not to play the national anthem while players are on the field", Kansas State coach Bill Snyder told the AP at the time, adding, "I concur with that".

A third pointed out: "America, your President - doesn't know all the words to your national anthem".

One comment read: "Super obvious Trump doesn't know the words to our National Anthem".

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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. After a while, however, he appeared to lose track of the words, and began singing random words, with no concept of the song's tune. As Americans commemorate King's birthday next week, the president will again be called upon to hear out those citizens who support using the First Amendment to protest racial injustice - including on the football field.

The president left the game shortly before halftime.

And finally, most people tuned in to Monday night's game for, well the game of course, but others were excited for a separate reason: a new Black Panther trailer.

President Trump made an on-field appearance prior to kickoff. "Colin Kaepernick", Charlotte Clymer tweeted, referring to the football player who kicked off the kneeling protests.

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