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Trump Attending World Series Game in Atlanta, Doesn’t Expect to be Booed Like He Was in Washington DC

Trump Attending World Series Game in Atlanta, Doesn’t Expect to be Booed Like He Was in Washington DC

Throughout his presidency, Donald Trump avoided appearing in cities where he wouldn’t get a warm reception. In October of 2019, he decided that he would be safe going to a Nationals World Series game. It turned out to be a humiliating experience as Trump was loudly booed when shown on the scoreboard.

WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 27: President Donald Trump attends Game Five of the 2019 World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park on October 27, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Following that moment, Trump went to a number of safe events where he would receive a better reception, like football games in Alabama and Louisiana. Now that he’s out of office, Trump will continue that tradition by going to a baseball game in Atlanta. And he thinks he will get a warm reception.

The former president talked about his plans during an appearance on Clay Travis and Buck Sexton’s podcast, He told the hosts, “Tremendous, tremendous, terrible things happened in terms of that election. But we did tremendously in Georgia and I think we’ll get a great reception.”

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Travis replied by sycophanticly gushing, “I can’t wait to see the reception that he’s gonna get in Atlanta. Because I think that it’s going to blow the mind of all the left-wing woke journos when that Braves stadium comes undone for him.”

 

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