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Trump stopped at the locker rooms of both the Army Black Knights, who are 5-7 heading into the game, and the Navy Midshipmen, with a record of 9-2, to wish the teams good luck and announce that their service could be delayed to play in the NFL 안녕 티라노 영원히 함께 다운로드.
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Trump was flanked by Defense Secretary Mark Esper, who confirmed that players from the service academies will have a waiver from their duties if they go on to play professional sports 사이툴 다운로드.
“We have changed that policy,” Esper said.
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The president also participated in the coin toss before the start of the game MacBook Dock.
A day after the House Judiciary Committee voted to advance two articles of impeachment against Trump in rainy Washington, D.C., the president gave the teams a pep talk before the game and participated in the opening ceremonies at Lincoln Financial Field. He wore his signature red Keep America Great cap on the rainy field.
Trump didn’t address reporters at the White House before departing, as weather forced the president to motorcade to Air Force One rather than take the helicopter and gaggle with reporters on the White House South Lawn.
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Trump attended the annual rivalry game last year and as president-elect in 2016.
Saturday’s game marks the 120th time the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, in New York, and United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., have played each other in the historic football rivarly.
Army has won the last three consecutive games, but Navy leads the series overall: 60-52-7.
Also in attendance on Saturday was Sully, the famous service dog of the late President George. H.W. Bush.