Wylie student takes on President Trump for patriotic pep rally

The Wylie High School football team will have the support of "President Trump" as they try to win their first game of the season this Friday.

But will it be enough to beat Stephenville High School?

"Trump" fired up the troops Friday before the Bulldogs (0-2) took on Lubbock Monterey.

"Lubbock Monterey is the CNN of high school football," said a Wylie junior who impersonated President Trump. "They're going to lose so badly that we may not hear from them until I have finished my second term. (cheers)."

Unfortunately, the president's prediction was off by a touchdown as Wylie lost 28-21.

The student said he has supported Trump since 2015, but he did not start dressing like him until his freshman year.

"Every year, we hold a patriotic pep rally," the student said. "This year, I sought the opportunity to honor not only our President, but my country."

The student is hoping that the President will see it.

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