The President and First Lady Melania Trump were sitting in an apartment behind the National Park home plate, joined by some Republican members of Congress, including resident Steve Scalise, Senator Lindsay Graham, and reporter Matt Getz when shown on the video card in the right box. during a greeting to the veterans.
After a shot of US troops appeared on the screen during the mid-inaugural segment of the national Get Your Hats off, the stadium exploded in cheers before Trump's shot appeared.
The crowd's response turned to buses instead of cheers, to which Trump smiled and continued to wave. Then the screen cut to the troops and read "thank you for your service". The van fell away, but it still existed.
After the salute was over, people in some parts of the crowd angrily turned to the apartment Trump was sitting in and chanted "lock it up."
At the port locations, the buttons and chants of "lock it" rang loudly.
Later, Trump was intensely observed during the traditional presidential race that put giant cartoons of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt in the race. The 45th president did not applaud when Teddy Roosevelt, dressed as No. 26, won.
Trump also did not participate in the "Baby Shark" greetings of national striker Gerardo Para before his parents.
Trump left before the top of the 8th inning.