Did Donald Trump Forget the Words to the National Anthem?

Did Donald Trump Forget the Words to the National Anthem?

President Donald Trump may have fumbled through the national anthem at the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday night, but he's getting at least one rave review.

US President Donald Trump struggling with the words to the national anthem, which he praised so much, seems to provoke a spate of comments ridiculing the president.

Some say he appears to have gotten part of the anthem wrong too.

Yet singing the national anthem only takes a minute and could be said to be expected of him at national college football games.

The end result was Alabama Crimson Tide 26, Georgia Bulldogs 23.

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The Trump administration has made national anthem protests in the NFL an intense focus point in the first year in office, with Vice President Mike Pence attending a Colts game in October only to leave as players protested during the national anthem. The President is facing low favorability ratings, and is looking to shore up support among his base, many of whom live in the states that are home to the schools that were playing for the title (Georgia and Alabama).

He added to applause: "We want our national anthem respected, too".

Before he arrived in Atlanta, he sharpened his criticism of athletes who refuse to stand during the national anthem, telling attendees at an agriculture meeting in Tennessee that "we love our flag and we love our anthem and we want to keep it that way".

Still, other users felt Trump's poor lip-singing was a sign that he might be developing dementia - a rumor that has intensified after "Fire and Fury" author Michael Wolff claimed several people within his own administration frequently question Trump's mental stability and competency.

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