Protesters plan rally against Trump before championship game

Protesters plan rally against Trump before championship game

Protesters plan rally against Trump before championship game

The White House released excerpts of the president's prepared remarks Monday.

But then President Donald Trump decided to make an appearance on Monday, presumably playing to his base in the Deep South states of Alabama and Georgia. Trump says most of the benefits of the legislation are "going to working families, small businesses and family farmers".

ESPN told The Associated Pressthat it has attempted to set up an interview with Trump during Monday's game but is not hopeful that he will agree to be interviewed.

Tonight the college football playoff concludes with an all-SEC championship game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, featuring the No.3 Georgia Bulldogs and the No.4 Alabama Crimson Tide.

The remarks came at an appearance at the American Farm Bureau Federation's annual meeting in Nashville, which he attended with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue.

The group did not say exactly where members will protest.

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The NAACP said protesters should wave white towels to mock the title of "snowflake" often bestowed on Trump's critics.

Before the game, Trump renewed calls for players to sing the national anthem, tweeting: "We want our flag respected - and we want our NATIONAL ANTHEM respected also!" College football country is Trump country, and the presence of Southeastern Conference teams from Alabama and Georgia ― states that both went resoundingly for him ― made it a safe bet he'd face little jeering from fans.

President Donald Trump likes to use the bully pulpit to put black athletes and sports figures in their place.

Refuse Fascism ATL has also said that they will be planning a protest ahead of Trump's arrival.

And some of them may be in the stands, protesting the President, when the University of Alabama takes on the University of Georgia at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in college football's biggest game.

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