It’s been well documented within the past 16-months, that everywhere presidential candidate and now President-elect Donald Trump has held a rally he has generated historic crowds, excited to see and greet him.

Although this huge crowd in Baltimore, Maryland was actually in attendance for the 117th Annual Army and Navy game, the moment the President-elect along with “America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani, entered the enclosed boxed seats and was viewed on the large jumbo screen, the crown of West Point and Annapolis cadets went wild and began to cheer, pumping their fists in the air.

Our future Commander-in-Chief arrived at the neutral gridiron battleground, hosted by M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, to witness the nation’s most honored and storied football rivalries in history.


Moreover on this special occasion the usually outspoken and politically incorrect Trump when asked by CBS’s Sports Announcers Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson, who the President-elect was rooting for “The Donald” became the ultimate politician stating he was:  "totally neutral" and then perhaps joking that he might make Lundquist, who’s retiring from his announcement duties “Ambassador to Sweden.”

The President-elect apparently was having a good time and enjoying the game; "I just love the armed forces, love the folks. The spirit is so incredible. I mean, I don't know if it's necessarily the best football, but it's very good. But boy do they have spirit."

The crowd was fired up before the game as Trump entered the stadium:

The final score was 21-17, as the Army's “Black Knights” thrilled their fans with a come-from-behind win.

SHARE if you think it's refreshing to see Trump get the respect he has earner from our nations service men and women.

Source: AP

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