‘Everything Trump touches dies’: President mocked for jinxing Alabama and ruining their perfect season
Donald Trump, photo by Gage Skidmore

President Donald Trump has avoided public events, preferring campaign rallies and spending time his time at his private golf clubs.

On October 27th, Trump ventured out of his safe spaces to attend a World Series game, where he was booed. Only six days later, Trump was booed while attending an Ultimate Fighting Championship match at Madison Square Garden.

The public rebuke seemed to bother the president, who claimed it was "fake news."

On Saturday, Trump traveled to the red state of Alabama to attend a football game in Tuscaloosa.

"Trump and First Lady Melanie were just shown on the stadium screens and received a loud ovation with some boos mixed in as he waved and stood," according to the pool report.

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham thanked the "supportive crowd" at the game, which Alabama lost -- ending their perfect record.

It was their first home loss in four years.

Here's some of what people said of her boast: