Trump's sports kick is about politics, but fans have a say
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is on a sports kick, taking in baseball, a mixed martial arts tournament and college football in recent days.
Even his re-election campaign made the most of sporting events by airing a pricey television ad during the World Series.
Presidents have long used sporting events to woo support, but it's also a venue for fans to express their own political leanings.
Trump was booed at Game 5 of the World Series but he's heading to friendlier turf Saturday to watch the two highest-ranked college football teams.
Louisiana State University and the University of Alabama face off in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
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