Skip to comments.President Trump praises Alabama's 'win for the ages' during White House visit
Posted on 04/10/2018 8:04:36 PM PDT by Radio Free TuscaloosaEdited on 04/10/2018 8:41:10 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump hailed the University of Alabama football team's "win for the ages" in their latest championship season.
Trump hosted Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban and his players at the White House on Tuesday to honor their fifth national title in nine years.
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At least he did something, so that's progress, I guess.
Btw....’hugging necks’ is a very southern thing, isn’t it? I love it. I had a great aunt who always said, ‘Come here, and let me hug your neck!’. I loved the heck out of her and miss her, still.
Hubby says that either has to be one of THE most uncomfortable relationships, or one of the most comfortable relationships, there is. I pray it’s the latter.
Good for Coach Saban....He’s a Class Act.
And this Gator says, “Roll Tide!”
After wards they all prayed together it was really beautiful to see
I hadn't really thought about it, but I guess it is.
It was beautiful!
It was also a blessing to the president who needed them today. It’s heartening when genuine, God loving young people ask to pray for you and with you to God. Coach Saban always talks about being a blessing to those you see each day.
Roll Tide indeed. Saban has handled this well.
I think someone even asked if they could pray for the President it was a beautiful sight..and it just absolutely STINKS what this wonderful man has to deal with..how it seems that everyone is against him..he didnt even need this, he just wanted to make a difference, saw this country was in trouble and wanted to do something about it, he’s not a politician he had NO idea how CORRUPT this Govt is, he had no clue..now we all know how bad it really is
Alabama Stomp, Alabama Stomp,
That's the latest romp down in Birmingham.
Play a Dixie song, play it all night long,
And you can't go wrong down in Birmingham.
Class act, indeed. No flamboyant uniforms, very few show-boaters, a team that acts like a team and plays with pride.
The best part ..... check this out ....
Jeff Sessions is not just a former Alabama senator, he’s a former Attorney General!
Your post is a very elegant statement of our current political situation. Thank you.
So did Max Kellerman chastise UA for being on the “wrong side of history” like he did the Astros?
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