Trump Met with Cheers and Jeers at College Football Championship Game

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President Donald Trump attended the all-SEC 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship between No. 3 Georgia and No. 4 Alabama.

He received jeers and cheers both inside and outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta Monday night.

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According to sources, the Atlanta branch of the NAACP urged people to wear white to the game and to bring white towels to wave when the president enters the stadium.

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The purpose of wearing white was meant to mock the ‘snowflake’ insult that Trump supporters have made against those who oppose the president. ‘We’re going to make a snowflake turn into a mighty blizzard inside of Mercedes-Benz stadium when Mr. Trump comes,’ Gerald Griggs, a vice president of the Atlanta NAACP, said at a news conference Monday.

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He was jeered by crowds outside the stadium when his motorcade arrived, and then was met with a mixture of cheers and boos when he confidently strolled on to the field flanked by members of the Armed Forces to sing the Star Spangled Banner – although it appeared he struggled with the words.

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The College Football Championship Playoff  Game (CFP) was designed as a replacement for the BCS. While the NCAA still does not officially sanction the event, organizers sought to bring a playoff system similar to all other levels of NCAA football to the Football Bowl Subdivision.

The College Football Championship Playoff relies on a 13-member selection committee to choose the top four teams to play in a two-round single-elimination playoff bracket. The winner of the final game is awarded the College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy

College Football Championship History (Playoffs)

Alabama vs Clemson Winner Clemson 2016
Clemson vs Alabama Winner Alabama 2015
Ohio State vs Alabama Winner Ohio State 2014
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