Trump’s Next Public Appearance a ‘Homerun’ For America

Donald Trump has an uncanny ability to pick and chose public events that make the greatest impact and give him the right amount of publicity. His genius-level public relations skills are a huge factor in his presidential victory in 2016 (and arguably 2020 as well.)

The Former President made a splash when he attended a highly-anticipated UFC fight. As Trump entered the arena, the crowd erupted with raucous applause. Actor Mel Gibson even stood in salute.

Now Donald Trump is taking full advantage of the support he receives at most sporting events, most notably college football games, and most recently, the Major League Baseball World Series.

At any given sporting event, anti-Biden chants can be heard from the crowds. Despite the White House pretending they don’t exist, it’s undeniable the crowds love to chant “F*** Joe Biden” and “Let’s Go Brandon.”

As the World Series in Atlanta heats up, Former President Donald Trump announced he would be attending game four of the series.

The news of Trump’s next appearance broke on twitter:

Trump in April urged fans to boycott Major League Baseball over its decision to pull this year’s All-Star Game and 2021 draft out of Georgia after the state passed a new election law. The Midsummer Classic originally had been scheduled to be played in Atlanta.

“Baseball is already losing tremendous numbers of fans,” Trump said in a statement at the time.

“Now they leave Atlanta with their All-Star Game because they are afraid of the Radical Left Democrats who do not want voter I.D., which is desperately needed, to have anything to do with our elections.”

Game 4 between the American League’s Houston Astros and National League’s Atlanta Braves is scheduled for Saturday night at Truist Park.

The series was tied 1-1 heading into Friday night’s game 3 in Atlanta.

“The ‘Let’s go Brandon,’ chants are going to be raining down like crazy” with Trump at the game.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth