We’ve had a short supply of respect for our military men and women over the last eight years. President Trump’s victory is changing all that. And service members are showing the world just how excited they are to have a Commander-In-Chief who knows how to score.

Army-Navy Game

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One of the finest military traditions is the annual Army vs. Navy football game. Thousands gather to celebrate their love of football. They also come together to show respect for the tireless sacrifices of our service men and women.

Want to guess how many games President Obama attended the past eight years? 

One. You read right. One!

Despite being a professing football fan, Obama only attended one game in the last eight years. Much like he has done over the life of his presidency, he fumbled big time.  

Our Commander-In-Chief disrespected the uniform, the flag, and America — the very things he swore on oath to represent. Now on injured-reserved, the bumbling quarterback is about to be cut from America’s team roster.

No worries though, an exciting new player is stepping up to take his place.

Sidelining the Military

The federal government has placed our fighting men and women on the sidelines. The enemy has taunted them at home and abroad. They haven’t been allowed to get in the game. Based on their response to President-elect Trump at the Army-Navy game, our military personnel are ready to win again.

Attending the game wasn’t an obligation for Trump, it was a privilege. It was an opportunity for him to show his appreciation for the dedication and unfailing devotion of American women and men. And they responded in spectacular fashion, giving him a standing ovation.

The Army team outdid themselves, by providing President-elect Trump with his own locker, a custom nameplate, and a No. 45 jersey. I’d call that an enthusiastic welcome to the team. 

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Trump graduated from the New York Military Academy, near West Point, in 1964. The discipline, respect, and strong will he learned there have stuck with him. He is a strong supporter of the military and is not afraid to show it.

His military training taught him that great leaders are determined to build great nations. 

V is for Victory

Army broke a fourteen-year losing streak with their 21-17 victory over Navy. America broke their eight-year losing streak when Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton.

When the season started, we thought our great nation wasn’t even going to make it to the playoffs. The clock was about to run out on the future. But, in true 4th quarter fashion, Trump stepped up to center, and threw for a touchdown.

The armed forces are off the sidelines and back in the game. And with President-elect Trump as their new quarterback, America is now heading for the Super Bowl.

Are you excited to be on Team Trump? Tell us in the comments

We’ve had a short supply of respect for our military men and women over the last eight years. President Trump’s victory is changing all that. And service members are showing the world just how excited they are to have a Commander-In-Chief who knows how to score.

Army-Navy Game

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One of the finest military traditions is the annual Army vs. Navy football game. Thousands gather to celebrate their love of football. They also come together to show respect for the tireless sacrifices of our service men and women.

Want to guess how many games President Obama attended the past eight years? 

One. You read right. One!

Despite being a professing football fan, Obama only attended one game in the last eight years. Much like he has done over the life of his presidency, he fumbled big time.  

Our Commander-In-Chief disrespected the uniform, the flag, and America — the very things he swore on oath to represent. Now on injured-reserved, the bumbling quarterback is about to be cut from America’s team roster.

No worries though, an exciting new player is stepping up to take his place.

Sidelining the Military

The federal government has placed our fighting men and women on the sidelines. The enemy has taunted them at home and abroad. They haven’t been allowed to get in the game. Based on their response to President-elect Trump at the Army-Navy game, our military personnel are ready to win again.

Attending the game wasn’t an obligation for Trump, it was a privilege. It was an opportunity for him to show his appreciation for the dedication and unfailing devotion of American women and men. And they responded in spectacular fashion, giving him a standing ovation.

The Army team outdid themselves, by providing President-elect Trump with his own locker, a custom nameplate, and a No. 45 jersey. I’d call that an enthusiastic welcome to the team. 

Source Credit: campussports.comSource Credit: campussports.com

Trump graduated from the New York Military Academy, near West Point, in 1964. The discipline, respect, and strong will he learned there have stuck with him. He is a strong supporter of the military and is not afraid to show it.

His military training taught him that great leaders are determined to build great nations. 

V is for Victory

Army broke a fourteen-year losing streak with their 21-17 victory over Navy. America broke their eight-year losing streak when Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton.

When the season started, we thought our great nation wasn’t even going to make it to the playoffs. The clock was about to run out on the future. But, in true 4th quarter fashion, Trump stepped up to center, and threw for a touchdown.

The armed forces are off the sidelines and back in the game. And with President-elect Trump as their new quarterback, America is now heading for the Super Bowl.

Are you excited to be on Team Trump? Tell us in the comments