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"Four more years!" Trump is greeted at Alabama football game

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'Four more years!' Trump is greeted at Alabama football game

"Four more years!" Trump is greeted at Alabama football game

The U.S. President and First Lady attended the LSU - Alabama NCAA game.

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"Four more years!" Trump is greeted at Alabama football game

EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: QUALITY AS INCOMING / EDIT CONTAINS VIDEO ORIGINALLY SHOT IN PORTRAIT SHOWS: TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 9, 2019) (AUSTIN STUKINS - MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY AUSTIN STUKINS / NO RESALE) 1.

CHEERING CROWDS AT FOOTBALL GAME ON STANDS, AUDIO OF CHANTING (English) SAYING: "Four more years!" / U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND FIRST LADY MELANIA TRUMP ON GAME SCREEN STORY: President Trump and the First Lady received a warm welcome in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Saturday (November 11) as Louisiana State played Alabama in an NCAA football game.

A video shared on social media by an attendee shows crowds cheering and a "Four more years!" chant can be heard in the traditionally red state.

(Production: Christina Anagnostopoulos)




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