President-elect Donald Trump will attend the Army-Navy football in Baltimore on Saturday, marking the Republican's first visit to the city since September.
The New York businessman will honor the tradition of sitting on the Army side of the field for half the game and the Navy side for the other half, a Trump spokesman told reporters on Tuesday.
Trump last visited Baltimore during the campaign, when he he spoke at the annual conference of the National Guard Association of the United States at the Convention Center. He also made a brief campaign stop in Dundalk during that visit.
The game -- the 117th meeting of the two teams -- will be played at M&T Bank Stadium. President Barack Obama attended the game in 2011 and President George W. Bush attended in 2001, 2004 and 2008.