When US President Donald Trump turned up at Atlanta, Georgia, for a public appearance at a college football game, he was met with a combination of both cheering and booing from the crowd. Others pointed out how the president had railed against football players failing to respect the national anthem.
He added to applause: "We want our national anthem respected, too". They were joined on the field by President Donald Trump, who attended the game. He seemed more excited to sing along near the end of the song.
President Trump is the oldest person to be elected president in USA history, and his memory has often been called into question.
Trump's anthem fumble left the "tweet-happy" president quiet for the time being. Nearly made me cry.
"Trump sings the national anthem the way the rest of us sing 'Despacito, '" Meyers quipped after a clip of the video rolled.
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"There's plenty of space for people to express their views and to protest, but we love our flag and we love our anthem, and we want to keep it that way".
As he stood on the field alongside country music band Zac Brown Band and a gospel choir, the commander-in-chief appeared to mouth some of the lyrics to the anthem - and it didn't look like he knew what he was uttering. He later denied the comment. "Colin Kaepernick", Charlotte Clymer tweeted, referring to the football player who kicked off the kneeling protests.
This is so intense right now as the Trump book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" written by Michael Wolff claimed that Trump was constantly forgetting things.