Last week, President Donald Trump was met with booing and chants of "lock him up" when he attended Nationals Park in Washington D.C. to see the Washington Nationals take on the Houston Astros as part of the World Series.
And this weekend, he was met with similar fanfare when he attended UFC 244 on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York City. During the event President Trump was sitting in the first few rows of the venue along with his two adult sons and members of the House Republican leadership, and when the crowd learned of his attendance, booing quickly drowned out much of the noise in the stadium.
"President Trump getting massively booed as he entered the Garden for UFC 244," one user wrote on Twitter as they shared footage of the moment.
Fox & Friends noted that there was some cheering in the crowd, but most videos seem to show that there was far more booing.
"There are some media outlets that are saying they mostly heard boos. This has become so juvenile," Ed Henry of Fox & Friends said. "If you actually listen to the audio and the video, there clearly were a ton of cheers. And who cares? The president was clearly trying to have a fun night."
President Trump's son, Eric Trump, even took to Twitter during the event to claim that members of the crowd were shouting “Donald Trump, Donald Trump... USA USA.”
While President Donald Trump himself took to Twitter to label the claims as "fake news."
There were also protests outside of the stadium, with many protesters holding signs that read “headlock him up” in support of the House's impeachment inquiry.
The process began after two whistleblowers filed complaints against President Donald Trump after a phone call during which President Trump pushed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden.
Democrats allege that President Trump delayed nearly $400 million in US support to Ukraine to force President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate his political rival. The payment had been approved in the 2019 federal budget, but despite the White House saying it would be released in February, it was held back until September.
Republicans defended the delay by saying it was withheld while the White House assessed whether newly-elected President Zelensky was aligned with the US and NATO over Russia. Combating Russia and ending the war in Eastern Ukraine was one of Zelensky's main campaign platforms.
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