Crowd boos during Armed Forces swearing in at Oregon soccer match

Mail Online | 9/13/2019 | Emily Crane For Dailymail.com
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A U.S. Armed Forces swearing in ceremony during a National Women's Soccer League match in Oregon on 9/11 drew loud boos from the crowd when the enlistees were asked to pledge allegiance to President Trump.

The ceremony took place in the middle of the field at Providence Park stadium in Portland on Wednesday night as a way to commemorate 9/11 during the Portland Thorns and North Carolina Courage game.

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The group of enlistees were initially cheered on by the 17,000-strong crowd when they started taking the Oath of Enlistment.

But the crowd quickly turned when the enlistees were asked to support Trump.

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Loud boos rang out across the stadium when the group were asked to 'obey the orders of the President of the United States'.

It comes as the Major League Soccer have come under fire of late following...
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