WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump is slated to attend the annual Army-Navy football game this Saturday in Baltimore.
Transition officials said Tuesday that Trump would attend the 117th annual game. He will sit on Navy’s side of the field for one half of the game, and on Army’s side for the other.
The game between the two military academies has long drawn commander in chiefs. President Barack Obama attended the game in 2011. President George W. Bush also attended the game while in office.
The game is held at a neutral site and in recent years has largely alternated between Baltimore and Philadelphia. Navy has won the game 14 straight years.
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