According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Trump is expected to attend the Alabama-Georgia national championship game scheduled for Monday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
For those attending the game next Monday, you can expect increased security around the stadium before, during and after the game with Trump in attendance.
The Atlanta newspaper reported that Nick Ayers, chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, who hails from Georgia, would attend the game with the Trumps.
The states of Georgia and Alabama were big Trump states when he won the election last November, but it is unclear which school he will be rooting for in the game between the two SEC programs. Georgia survived a double-overtime thriller against Oklahoma to secure its spot in the championship.
If he attends, Trump will become the first sitting president to attend the College Football Playoff title game since it's inception in 2014.
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Atlanta Police spokesman Carlos Campos said the department is working with the Secret Service to ratchet up security for his arrival. Does the President see the country as "Trump country" and the rest of the country?
There was a national uproar after Bama and LSU played for the 2012 BCS National Championship.
Trump's visit comes nearly a half-century after President Richard Nixon attended the 1969 showdown between No. 1 Texas and No. 2 Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
For Georgia, a president's attendance could bode well: With President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn in the stands at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Georgia won a national championship by defeating Notre Dame on January 1, 1981.