President Donald Trump was greeted with the message "Fuck Trump" projected onto the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta when he arrived for the college football national championships.The message was part of a protest organized by a number of groups opposing the president's visit to the Georgian city, according to SEC Country.
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Then keep doing it, I bet you have a harder and harder time finding things you would do, if you have a chance to sell your company. I tossed and turned trying to figure out, what would I do differently? I finally settled on a minimum, 8 figures after taxes, pre earn out which was in part packaged with some of the best advice I ever got from one of my advisors: Pick a number, and then when that number comes, like a buffalo you find early on a hunt…shoot it.
Trump responded by tweeting: "Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart (not to mention crime-infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results." It seems his words have not been forgotten in Atlanta, with one Instagram user, Bill Kaelin, sharing an image of the message projected across the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, writing: "Yes yes yes!
This is what happens when @realdonaldtrump talks shit about our city and our representative civil rights hero @repjohnlewis We resist!
While many fans protested in opposition of the Trump administration itself, many Atlantans have more personal beef with the U. president after he said the city was "in horrible shape" and "crime-infested" a year ago.