HOUSTON — Former president Donald Trump will attend Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday at Truist Park, Atlanta CEO Terry McGuirk told USA TODAY Sports.
“He called MLB and wanted to come to the game,’’ McGuirk said. “We were very surprised. Of course, we said yes.’’
Trump will not be sitting with MLB or club officials, McGuirk said.
“We are going to give him his own suite,’’ McGuirk said.
Asked if he was concerned about Trump’s polarizing presence, McGuirk said they had no objection.
“We are apolitical,’’ McGuirk said. “We’re open to anyone coming. It’s great that he wants to come to our game.’’
Trump was in attendance for Game 5 of the 2019 World Series at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. and was booed when he appeared on the scoreboard – but can expect to get a friendlier reception in Georgia.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: World Series: Donald Trump to attend Game 4 in Atlanta