Rumor of Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa Front Row At Donald Trump’s Rally Deemed Fake

by | Jul 10, 2024 | News

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was holding a typical campaign rally Tuesday evening, but somehow an NFL star found themselves roped into it.

A photo of Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s name on a front-row seat at the event went viral before it was later deemed a fake. The photoshopped image caught fire from a post made by a Dolphins fan with Tagovailoa’s name on a chair beside members of the Trump family, including Eric, Chloe, and Donald Jr. It tricked many politicians and experts in the industry, who pushed the agenda on X (formerly Twitter).

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The original picture showed the seat was reserved for Trump’s son, Baron.

While this specific image was debunked, it did shed a spotlight on a photo of Tagovailoa and Trump together in a rather old selfie. The 45th President of the United States hosted the Alabama Crimson Tide (Tagovailoa’s alma mater) at the White House in 2018 to honor their collegiate championship from that season.

Tagovailoa has been relatively silent in terms of his political views throughout his NFL career, but it’s clear there’s a stronger connection to Trump than Joe Biden.

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