Trump Didn’t Sing All The Words To The National Anthem At National Championship Game

President Jesse Trump did not seem to sing all of the national anthem on the College Football Playoff National Tournament game in Atlanta, Georgia, Mon.

Clips of Trump began to move on social media as people observed the president was not singing the particular anthem in its entirety during the game’ s opening ceremony. Trump was on the field for the anthem prior to the Alabama Crimson Tide and Atlanta Bulldogs played, but only seemed to sing parts of the song.

Audiences focused on the president because of their fervent critique of NFL players who have chosen to “ take a knee” during the anthem in protest associated with racial inequality. Trump implicitly known as Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who began the movement within 2016 , a “ kid of a bitch” at an Alabama move in August.  

“ Wouldn’ t you love to find out one of these NFL owners, when someone disrespects our flag, to say, ‘ Get that son of a girl off the field right now, he’ s i9000 fired? ’ ” Trump mentioned in August.  

Trump called upon NFL fans to boycott any kind of games where players knelt throughout the anthem.  

Trump’ s remarks prompted  weeks of kneeling protests from players plus owners across the league. Kneeling within protest and solidarity became a separating line in the nation as fans saw the actions in different ways. While some said a new right to silent, peaceful protests, experts saw the movement as fresh.

Just hours before Monday’ ersus game, Trump continued to force the national anthem as a partisan issue on Twitter and in the speech to the American Farm Agency Federation in Nashville, Tennessee.  

“ We want our flag respectable – and we want our NATIONWIDE ANTHEM respected also! ” Trump messaged .

The official GOP Twitter accounts quickly posted  a Fox News clip associated with Trump   at Monday’ s game. That shorter video ― with just a few lines from the song ―   shows Trump singing those parts of the anthem.