Kendrick Lamar's ESPN halftime show not at same venue Trump might attend

Kendrick Lamar's ESPN halftime show not at same venue Trump might attend

Kendrick Lamar's ESPN halftime show not at same venue Trump might attend

The visit comes as Trump focuses his attention on the college football playoffs even as he continues a war of words with the NFL over players who protest social injustice during the national anthem.

When pressed about what she meant by calling the two states "Trump country", Sanders said she was simply trying to congratulate "two great football teams in the greatest conference in the country".

Trump carried both states in 2016 - Alabama by almost 30 points and Georgia by about five. The Bulldogs won a 54-48 double-overtime thriller against Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl.

President Donald Trump is planning to attend the College Football Playoff national championship game on Monday.

Bama dominated the reigning champions Clemson 24-6 on Monday night.

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When thousands of Alabama and Georgia fans pack into Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium next week, the action on the field won't be the only thing turning heads.

The White House has not made any official announcement on Trump's plans.

The stadium will be secured by legions of undercover and uniformed officers, overhead air traffic including drones will be prohibited and the police chief implored the more than 100,000 participants in events related to the big game to leave their guns at home.

Trump tweeted a year ago that Lewis' district was "in awful shape and falling apart (not to mention crime infested)" - a claim hard to match with the facts. Does the President see the country as "Trump country" and the rest of the country?

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