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Angry fans boo Donald Trump after waiting in the rain outside CFP title game

For The Win logo For The Win 1/9/2018 Andrew Joseph

Angry fans boo Donald Trump after waiting in the rain outside CFP title game: Fans wait in a line outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium before the NCAA college football playoff championship game between Georgia and Alabama Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Atlanta. ORG XMIT: CFP115 © AP Fans wait in a line outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium before the NCAA college football playoff championship game between Georgia and Alabama Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Atlanta. ORG XMIT: CFP115 President Donald Trump is in Atlanta on Monday to attend the College Football Playoff title game between Alabama and Georgia - two states that went to Trump in the 2016 election.

Yet, Trump didn't receive a warm welcome as his motorcade pulled up to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. This was the scene as Trump arrived at the stadium.

In anticipation of the president's arrival, a stadium entrance was locked down for over an hour. That forced fans to wait in the rain. Mercedes-Benz Stadium isn't the easiest stadium to get into for a typical Falcons game, so it's easy to imagine that Monday's scene outside was especially chaotic.

Regardless of politics, nobody likes waiting in the rain.

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