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Trump is 10th sitting president to attend Army-Navy game

FOXNews.com Saturday, 8 December 2018
Trump is 10th sitting president to attend Army-Navy gameSaturday was a day of politics and football for President Donald Trump, who announced the departure of his chief of staff, nominated a new top military adviser and then threw fist pumps at this year's Army-Navy football game.
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He'll be the 10th sitting President to attend the Army-Navy Game.

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