Trump just stood for the National Anthem and instantly humiliated himself [WATCH]

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President Trump traveled to Atlanta today to see the College Football National Championship game between the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama, and you can be sure that everyone was watching as he took the field for the National Anthem accompanied by an ROTC color guard.

Given Trump’s proclivity for attacking athletes who “take the knee” in protest against police brutality at professional NFL games, the NCAA wisely kept the college players off the field and in their locker rooms during the anthem to avoid any potentially embarrassing moments for the President.

Trump predictably provided the embarrassing moments all on his own, however, and the players themselves didn’t even get the chance to witness them, although the nationwide TV audience on ESPN did and took to Twitter to howl about them.

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Yes, the President who tweets endlessly about respecting the flag and the National Anthem either never learned the words to the Star Spangled Banner or is so mentally deteriorated that he’s forgotten them, reduced to seemingly mouthing random words that don’t ever quite synch up with the song’s lyrics.

Luckily, one sharp Twitter user offered a handy suggestion for the next time Trump finds himself in this situation.

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Can an old dog learn a new drag queen trick? We’ll just have to wait for the next game Trump attends to find out. Otherwise, get the man a teleprompter.

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Vinnie Longobardo

Vinnie Longobardo is a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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