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It’s interesting to see the thickness of bubbles in America. A few minutes on social media will reveal the absolute reality that most everybody believes one way. And also, the opposite way.
For example, tweets tell us no one’s showing up at The Donald’s rallies; other information shows packed, overflowing venues.
Which is it?
Those caged by an “everyone hates Trump” orbed barrier would surely be confused by the crowd’s reaction Saturday at the Army vs. Navy college football game.
The President was introduced to give the coin toss…
Check out the bubble-burstin’ response.
Preceded by a real, reeeeal funky tune:
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 14, 2019
Apropos, as noted by CBS Sports the Commander-in-Chief signed an executive order Saturday allowing service academy athletes to play professional sports after college:
.@JamieErdahl just reported on @CBSSports that @realDonaldTrump signed an executive order prior to today’s Army-Navy game that allows athletes at service academies to pursue professional sports careers upon graduation
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) December 14, 2019
Here’s an unveiling, in the Army locker room, no less:
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 14, 2019
And if you’re wondering how that coin toss went, it was a bit of this:
He probably didn’t know what to do with a quarter; he may have never seen one before.
They should tell him — you can also spend those things like money.
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