President Trump will miss Hannity next Monday night, choosing instead to attend college football's national championship game in Atlanta, according to the AJC. This news isn't shocking at all given the White House acknowledged "Trump Country" schools Georgia and Alabama for their accomplishments.
This would be the second college football game Trump has attended during his presidency after taking in the 2016 Army-Navy game in Baltimore.
Trump will be joined by First Lady Melania Trump and be hosted by Georgia native Nick Ayers and Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, and his wife Jamie Ayers, according to Politically Georgia.
When pressed about what she meant by calling the two states "Trump country", Sanders said she was simply trying to congratulate "two great football teams in the greatest conference in the country". Based in Los Angeles. The Crimson Tide dominated Clemson 24-6 in the Sugar Bowl. Georgia survived a double-overtime thriller against Oklahoma to secure its spot in the championship.
It's the first time in the short history of the playoff the No. 3 and 4.
While Trump has made an enemy of the NFL in recent months because players kneeled during the national anthem to protest social injustices, claimed the ratings were in the tank and called NFL players "sons of b******, he hasn't taken any shots at the college game". It helped bring about the creation of the playoff system. The Dawgs avenged that loss by soundly defeating the Tigers in the SEC championship game.