Showing posts with label Trump Lock Him Up. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trump Lock Him Up. Show all posts

October 29, 2019

Trump Came to National Park to Get Kudos Instead He Got "Lock Him Up Lock Him Up"(Karma?)

Fresh off announcing the death of one of the world's most wanted terrorists, President Trump appeared at Game 5 of the World Series to find a crowd not eager to praise his achievement.

When Trump's attendance was announced over the public address system at Nationals Park Sunday night, baseball fans greeted the president with loud boos and jeers. Sections of the ballpark chanted "Lock him up!" — a spin on Trump's refrain against Hillary Clinton that has remained common at his rallies even after the 2016 election.
Trump, standing next to first lady Melania Trump, appeared unperturbed by the din, smiling and clapping before moving to say something to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Later in the game, fans unfurled a "VETERANS FOR IMPEACHMENT" banner right behind home plate.
In a press conference before the game, Nationals manager Dave Martinez said of Trump: "He's coming to the game. He's a fan. Hopefully, he cheers for the Washington Nationals, and I hope he enjoys the game."
Asked if the Nationals wanted Trump there, Martinez said: "We haven't really talked about it. We're focusing on playing baseball." The Nationals ended up getting walloped by the Houston Astros, 7-1. They now trail in the seven-game series, 3-2.
It's rare to see Trump out in public in Washington, a Democratic stronghold in which just 4 percent of the residents voted for Trump in the 2016 general election.
In a break with tradition, Trump did not throw out the ceremonial first pitch Sunday night, as is customary when a sitting president attends a baseball game.
While league officials said Trump said he was not interested in throwing the first pitch, citing concerns about slowing down thousands of fans entering the ballpark, Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner indicated that there were many other first pitch candidates who were considered before the president.
Last week, Trump told reporters that the bulletproof vest he would have to wear made the idea of tossing the ball from the mound unappealing.
"They gotta dress me up in a lot of heavy armor. I'll look too heavy. I don't like that," Trump said.
On Sunday evening, Andrés thanked the Nationals and the league for
 inviting an immigrant to throw the first pitch.

Instead of the president, José Andrés, a Spanish-born chef, and restaurateur known for providing free emergency meals to hurricane victims as well as to furloughed federal workers, threw out the first pitch to stadium-wide applause.
Andrés has long been an outspoken critic of Trump, especially the president's hardline immigration policies.
In 2015, Andrés pulled out of a plan to open a restaurant in the Trump International Hotel in Washington after then-candidate Trump made disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants, calling them drug dealers and rapists as he campaigned for office.
On Sunday evening, Andrés thanked the Nationals and the league for inviting an immigrant to throw the first pitch.

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