Trump mocked during football game: Plane appears with 'shocking' banner

Written by Henrik Rothen

Sep.10 - 2023 8:47 AM CET

Photo: Iowa
Photo: Iowa
Plane appears with 'shocking' banner.

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Donald Trump, the four-time indicted former President, got more than he bargained for when he showed up at the Cy-Hawk football game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Iowa State Cyclones.

While some cheered, others booed, making it crystal clear that not everyone in Iowa was thrilled to see him.

Plane banner steals the show!

Before the game even kicked off Trump got mocked, when a plane flew over Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa, with a banner that read, "Where's Melania?" Talk about a sky-high diss!

The banner was impossible to ignore and quickly became the talk of the town.

Melania Trump, the former First Lady, has been conspicuously absent from Trump's campaign events, opting to stay in Florida with their son, Barron.

Though she claims to support her husband's political ambitions, a New York Times report suggests she's not keen on returning to the White House.

Despite being the frontrunner in Iowa polls, it's evident that Trump has his fair share of critics.

He's not the only one to be mocked by a plane banner, though. Ron DeSantis, another Republican hopeful, was previously trolled with a "Be likeable, Ron!" banner.

Watch how people reacted in Iowa, when Trump attended Iowa State University in the article below.

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