President Donald Trump presented the Commander-in-Chief trophy for the second year in a row to the West Point U.S. Military Academy football team, the Black Knights, on May 6.

The president hosted an awards ceremony in the White House Rose Garden to present the trophy to the Black Knights.

The team was first welcomed in the Oval Office at the White House just before the ceremony, posing for a memorable photo.

President Donald J. Trump poses for photos with members of the Army Black Knights, the U.S. Military Academy football team, prior to the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy presentation in the Rose Garden, on May 6, 2019 at the White House. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

 

Screenshot of President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, with a photo of himself and the West Point football team as his Twitter banner. (Screenshot/White House)

The Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy is displayed in the Rose Garden during the trophy presentation to the Army Black Knights, the U.S. Military Academy football team, on May 6, 2019, at the White House. (Andrea Hanks/Official White House Photo)

 

Members of the Army Black Knights, the U.S. Military Academy football team, listen as President Donald J. Trump presents the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy in the Rose Garden, on May 6, 2019, at the White House. (Shealah Craighead/Official White House Photo)

President Donald Trump was scheduled to present the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods later in the day, also at the White House Rose Garden.

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