Former President Trump will attend the game Game 4 of the MLB World Series in Atlanta. The Saturday game between the Houston Astros and the Atlanta Braves won’t be a series ender as the teams are tied 1-1.
Chairman of the Atlanta Braves Terry McGuirk told USA Today Sports that President Trump called the MLB looking to come to the game. “We were very surprised. Of course, we said yes. We are going to give him his own suite,” said McGuirk.
After cowardly moving the all star game out of Atlanta because Georgia had the audacity to make it harder to cheat in elections, Rob Manfred will have to watch a World Series game in the city and hear a million "Lets Go Brandon" chants from the crowd when Trump comes out. Poetic. https://t.co/2L2ST5kdBG
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) October 27, 2021
Mr. McGuirk told the publications that the Atlanta Braves are “apolitical,” so the team welcomed Trump. “We are open to anyone coming. It’s great that he wants to come to our game,” said McGuirk.
The World Series crowd is likely to break out in the “F Joe Biden” chant or its PG version “Let’s Go Brandon” as displeasure with Biden and the Democrats grow.
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