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Trump gets warm welcome in Alabama

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Trump gets warm welcome in Alabama

Trump gets warm welcome in Alabama

A video shared on social media by an attendee shows crowds cheering and a "Four more years!" chant can be heard as President Donald Trump attends a University of Alabama versus Louisiana State football game.

Tamara Lindstrom reports.

President Donald Trump received a warm welcome in Tuscaloosa on Saturday at the University of Alabama's football game against Louisiana State, where some in the crowd were heard chanting "Four more years!" in the traditionally red state.

UGC SOT: "Four more years!

Four more years!" Trump and First Lady Melania attended the NCAA football game two weeks after they were booed during Game 5 of the World Series at Nationals Park in

Class="kln">Washington D.C, where chants of “Lock him up” and “Impeach Trump” broke out.




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