Donald Trump‘s spokesmen just confirmed that the United States President-elect will attend this weekend’s Army-Navy college football game in Baltimore, Maryland. CampusSports.net reports that this will be the first time a POTUS or Presdident-elect will appear at the Army-Navy game since Barack Obama once famously attended the game and when asked if he’d like a beer, turned it down saying something along the lines of, “If these cadets can’t have a drink, then I won’t either.”
President-elect Donald Trump will sit on the Army side for one-half and then the Navy side for the other.
You know who else is going to be at the Army-Navy game? ESPN CollegeGameDay. Maybe they’ll find a way to get Trump to be their special guest picker. Hopefully the focus of this game will remain the Army-Navy college football players, although we doubt very much that’s going to happen.
As if the game wasn’t going to be covered in enough security, this is probably going to make the surrounding area a logistical nightmare to navigate. Speaking of nightmares, Army is on a 14-game winning streak against Navy. Army’s last win against Navy was in 2001 in Philadelphia.