There was a very special guest that President Donald Trump visited with during the college football playoff championship game on Monday. After the pre-game ceremony and the singing of the National Anthem, the president retired to his luxury suite to spend time with his supporters.
Who was the president’s guest of honor? If it was up to the mainstream media, no one would ever know…
Check it out, per the Daily Caller:
President Trump made waves when he attended the college football national championship Monday night. The president unexpectedly walked out to the middle of the field for the national anthem, flanked by members of the Georgia ROTC.
After the powerful moment, Trump watched the game from a stadium box suite. In the box, Trump snapped selfies with members of the military and spoke with supporters.
Also in attendance was Alveda King, the niece of late civil rights icon Martin Luther King. Ms. King could be seen joining Trump in the suite as his special guest.
According to the White House pool report, King had joined Trump on Air Force One earlier in the day for the dedication of a park in honor of her uncle.
Trump tweeted shortly after the bill’s signing, “It was my great honor to sign H.R. 267, the ‘Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park Act,’ which redesignates the Martin Luther King, Junior, National Historic Site in the State of Georgia as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park.”
It was my great honor to sign H.R. 267, the “Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park Act,” which redesignates the Martin Luther King, Junior, National Historic Site in the State of Georgia as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park. https://t.co/Qe0b6HBFTY pic.twitter.com/QTgaqTawPT
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 9, 2018
Check out what Ms. King had to say about the president, per Washington Times:
“The president, of course, is leading the charge for civil rights today for the little unborn persons in the womb who have a right to live,” Ms. King, who directs the anti-abortion group Civil Rights for the Unborn, told Fox News. “We don’t have to defend the president. I believe, and President Trump might agree, that we are defending America. He’s leading the charge, and we are supporting him.”
“Trump himself is a brilliant man. I believe he’s compassionate,” she said. “If you go and look at all of the executive orders, the things for women and science, for African American education, for moving into our communities with Dr. Ben Carson at HUD — there are so many things that he’s doing and he’s working with African American leaders.”
— Conservative Watch (@ConservativeWD) January 9, 2018
What do you think of Trump’s special guest?
Do you believe anything you see in mainstream media?