President Donald Trump flipped the coin to start the Army vs. Navy football game on Saturday, as he personally attended the game in Philadelphia.
The president wore a brand new red Keep America Great campaign hat onto the field and tossed the coin.
The President, who touts himself as a great defender of the USA military, has attended two other Army-Navy football games in recent years.
As is tradition, President Trump is expected to spend time on both sidelines during Saturday's game.
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Before the game, according to the official pool report, Trump went to the Army locker room before the game, shaking hands with players and slapping them on the shoulder pads as they lined up and walked past him.
The Cadets went 78 yards in 18 plays, melting 10:41 off the clock in the process before Christian Anderson found the end zone. The president talked about his new policy that allows athletes at the service academies to play professionally before fulfilling their service commitments.
Trump addressed the Army team after being introduced by Defense Secretary Mark Esper. He also saluted the Midshipmen for their season and said they need to cap it with a victory over Army: "It has to happen today", he told the team. It's an issue Trump has been vocal about during his presidency.
Trump attended the annual rivalry game past year and as president-elect in 2016.
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In 2016, Army snapped Navy's 14-game winning streak and has won three years in a row.
Saturday's game marks the 120th time the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, in NY, and United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., have played each other in the historic football rivarly.
Among the other presidents to attend the Army-Navy game are Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Gerald Ford and John F. Kennedy.
The 2018 game, also in Philadelphia, was the first time President Trump was involved in the coin toss.
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