Trump to handle coin toss at Army-Navy

Paola Ditto
Dicembre 8, 2018

The Midshipmen, however, lead the all-time series with 60 wins to Army's 51. The rivalry between the service academies began in 1890. With a win Saturday, the Black Knights can win the coveted Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. This will his first time visiting the rivalry game as president. Mr. Trump attended the matchup in 2016 as the president-elect.

Trump will become the tenth sitting president to attend the game in a tradition that goes back all the way to our 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt, who kicked off the trend in 1901, according to USA Today. It's custom for the president to sit on the Army's side of the stadium for one half and the Navy's side for the other.

Trump flips coin at Army-Navy game
Trump performs coin toss at Army-Navy football game in first visit as president

White House Deputy Press Secretary Lindsay Walters confirmed to reporters that President Donald Trump will be attending this year's 119th Army-Navy Game at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field this weekend.

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