Vince Vaughn visits with Trump during college football national championship

Actor Vince Vaughn on Monday was spotted chatting with President TrumpDonald John Trump Democratic challenger on Van Drew’s party switch: ‘He betrayed our community’ Rand Paul pledges to force Hunter Biden vote if GOP backs Dem impeachment witnesses Trump plans to divert .2 billion from Pentagon for border wall construction: report MORE in the box seats during the College Football Playoff National Championship game in New Orleans.

Video posted online showed the “Wedding Crashers” actor and Trump in a short conversation in the stands next to first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpTrump cheered as he takes field at college football championship game The Hill’s 12:30 Report: Booker drops out of 2020 race Trump and Obama equally admired? Eight things popularity polls tell us MORE before the two men shake hands and Vaughn leaves.

A Vaughn representative told People magazine that the two men did not attend the game together, and said that the pair “met this evening at the game briefly.”


The actor, 49, has in the past been active in supporting Republican candidates including supporting Sen. Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulRand Paul pledges to force Hunter Biden vote if GOP backs Dem impeachment witnesses Fox’s Bongino: Soleimani posed imminent threat by ‘having a pulse’ This week: Impeachment spotlight shifts to the Senate MORE (R-Ky.) against Trump during the 2016 primary. In 2008 and 2012, he backed Paul’s father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) in the GOP primaries.

Trump received a warm welcome in Louisiana on Tuesday as he attended the championship game between Louisiana State University and Clemson University, a sharp contrast from how he has been received at other sporting events including the World Series game he attended in Washington, D.C.

LSU defeated Clemson 42-25 to win the game and the national championship.