Trump Crashes Frat Party at Iowa Vs Iowa State Game, Crowd Goes Wild
President Trump makes a surprise appearance at an Iowa fraternity tailgate party, receiving a wild reception from attendees.
President Donald Trump made a surprising appearance at a fraternity tailgate party for the Iowa vs. Iowa State football game, as Republican Presidential candidates continue their campaign in Iowa. The party, attended by hundreds of people, erupted with excitement as Trump arrived outside the Alpha Gamma Ro fraternity house. A viral video also captured Trump touring the fraternity house and receiving a warm welcome from its members. Other Republican candidates, such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy, were also present at the game and tailgates. However, videos on Twitter suggest a less enthusiastic reaction to DeSantis' presence. Polls consistently show Trump leading the Iowa Republican primary, with a recent poll indicating a 37 percent lead over DeSantis. The highly anticipated Iowa vs. Iowa State football game, known for its intense rivalry, began at 3:30 PM EST, with the Iowa Hawkeyes currently leading the Iowa State Cyclones 10-0 in the mid-second quarter.