President Trump will be serving as the grand marshal for the event, so get ready for him to say those four famous words: “Gentlemen, start your engines.”
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Massive crowds are already expected to pack the Daytona International Speedway for the ‘Great American Race’ on Sunday. Now, with President Trump confirming that he’ll be attending the Daytona 500, let’s face it, traffic will most likely be horrendous.
Extra security measures will be in place at Daytona International Airport where the president will be landing. Temporary flight restrictions will be in place for President Trump’s arrival.
🤔 #SuperBowl— Clear Cider (@TheClearCider) February 3, 2020
Video emerges from the Mar-A-Lago SuperBowl party showing Trump disrespecting the flag during the National Anthem.
While others hold their hand over their heart, Trump looks for the nearest chair.
President Donald Trump was caught on camera apparently flouting his own strict rule to ‘stand proudly’ for the national anthem by fidgeting and pretending to conduct the band.
The short clip, taken from an Instagram story by the Miami Herald, shows Trump surrounded by a roomful of guests at a Superbowl party hosted at his golf club in West Palm Beach, Florida.
While wife Melania and son Barron each stand with their left hand over their hearts during Demi Lovato’s rendition of ‘The Star Spangled Banner’, the president appears to wave his arms over his head as if directing an orchestra before pointing to someone off screen.
RIP Kobe Bryant— Abdul Memon (@abdulamemon) January 26, 2020
You were one of the greatest basketball players to ever bring the game
You are gone way too soon and we will forever miss you pic.twitter.com/vYd3hq6JFK
A helicopter crash Sunday morning killed former basketball great Kobe Bryant in Southern California, Variety and TMZ report.
All five people aboard died when the helicopter crashed into a hillside in Calabasas near Malibu in Los Angeles County, USA Today reports. Firefighters extinguished a fire that burned about one acre after the crash.
Bryant, 41, retired from the Los Angeles Lakers in 2016.
we almost had a chairshot pic.twitter.com/nY7fviM9zf— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 22, 2020
Benches emptied at the end of the Kansas State-Kansas game. pic.twitter.com/zWv46h3RJC— ESPN (@espn) January 22, 2020
An all-out brawl just happened. pic.twitter.com/73MBmr0RNf— Riley Gates (@Riley_Gates) January 22, 2020
A MASS brawl broke out in the closing stages of a college basketball match in the United States on Tuesday night.
Punches were thrown and a chair was even picked up, ready to be launched, as rivals Kansas and Kansas State met in the NCAA Big 12.
Home side Kansas lead 81-59 with the game clock ticking down to zero.
With most players having stopped playing, as is custom when the result can’t be altered in the final exchange, Kansas State’s DaJuan Gordon decided to carry on.