TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The BamaCentral has learned that the University of Alabama is preparing President Donald Trump to attend the LSU game at Bryant-Denis Stadium on Saturday.
Alabama officials could not be reached to confirm or deny, but sources confirmed his expected visit.
The potential No.1 vs No.2, depending on the College Playoffs' initial qualifying on Tuesday night, will be shown on CBS at 2.30pm CT.
The high-profile game was already getting a lot of attention, including ESPN's College Gameday pre-show. However, the scene had to be moved for security ̵
The president attended the Atlanta National Championship Game at the end of the 2017 season. He departed at halftime, with the Crimson Tide losing before Alabama returned to beat Georgia in overtime, 26- 23.
He was on the pitch for the national anthem and sat in a private box behind Alabama's sideline.
The president left the stadium during halftime when Georgia led Alabama 13-0.
"It was truly a victory for the ages," Trump said when Alabama later visited the White House on April 10. you know, if you know, but I was there.
He added: "This will become one of the most exciting finishes in college football history – of any sport. "
The White House ceremony was held on the South Lawn, but previously President Trump met Nick Saban University head coach Stuart R. Bell and athletic director Greg Byrne in the Oval Office.
President Trump has attended several recent sporting events, including a World Series game in Washington between the Nationals and the Houston Astros on October 27.
When shown on Jumbotron fans play around with some chanting "Lock it".
Over the weekend, he also attended the UFC match at New York's Madis at Square Garden and was played again.
This will be President Trump's second visit this year. In March, he and first lady Melania Trump travel to Lee County to investigate tornado damage. He meets with first responders, survivors and local staff.
Meanwhile, President Trump welcomed citizens to the White House on Monday:
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