President-elect Donald Trump plans to attend Saturday's Army-Navy game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.
Soon to be Commander-In-Chief of all branches of the military, Trump will split his time between the two sidelines, as is customary.
Past presidents have attended the longstanding rivalry game, including President Barack Obama in 2011.
According to ESPN, Navy has beaten Army the last three times presidents have been in the audience. Then again, Navy has won the last 14 consecutive contests anyway.
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LeBron James and Donald Trump are both very famous, very powerful men. But they're also opposites in some ways: their backgrounds, their cities, their political beliefs.
But both will be guests at the White House on Thursday. James and his Cavaliers teammates are attending a ceremony honoring their NBA Championship last season.
Trump was invited by President Barack Obama to discuss the transition to the Trump administration after he beat Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's election. They met around midday.
Less than a week ago James and his teammate J.R. Smith campaigned for Clinton in the swing state of Ohio, which she eventually lost.
In the wake of the election, Smith was distraught, wondering how to explain the outcome to his daughter.
James, by contrast, insisted that people not lose faith and pledged to continue to lead on social issues important to the country.
It's unclear whether Trump and the Cavaliers will cross paths at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It will be awkward if they do.
The Cavaliers will remain in Washington for a matchup with the Wizards on Friday night at Verizon Center. Coverage starts at 6:30 p.m. on CSN.
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Donald Trump visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Wednesday, a campaign stop on the same day that the Republican nominee made a speech in Canton, Ohio.
The GOP candidate, whose slogan is "Make America Great Again," was asked during his tour what makes football so great.
"I think it's a [physical] toughness, and it's a toughness of mind," Trump responded. "If you don't have both, it's over."
Trump, who said he played football in high school, praised the NFL athletes for being able to perform at a high level given the everyday rigors of the season.
"It's special and it's a very special game to watch," he said. "This competition, there's nothing like it."
When asked what life lessons football teaches, Trump added that the sport helps develop perseverance.
"I think football teaches you to never give up, because you never know what will happen," he said. "I've seen games where it was over and all of a sudden that team loses. You can never relax, or ever give up."
Check out footage of Trump's visit in the video above.