President Donald Trump is set to be in Atlanta for the College Football Championship on Monday, and already, activist groups are promising to protest his appearance.
The president was to take in the game with Perdue, a former Georgia governor who was a walk-on Bulldogs football player, and Nick Ayers, a Georgia native and top aide to Vice President Mike Pence.
When President Trump visits Atlanta Monday night to attend college football's national championship game, he may not remember just a year ago he described the city as "in terrible shape", "falling apart" and "crime infested".
President Donald Trump was greeted by a roar of cheers and a smattering of boos as he stepped onto the field Monday night for the biggest game in college football, while activist groups demonstrated a president who has used sports to incite political battles. The organization also asked people to tweet during the game about the alleged falsehoods told by the president during his first year in office.
Refuse Fascism ATL has also said that they will be planning a protest ahead of Trump's arrival.
Trump will be in attendance at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama will play for the championship title.
Trump arrived in metro Atlanta around 6 p.m.to take in the all-Southeastern Conference matchup between the two powerhouses.
Atlanta police said they had worked with the secret service on preparations for months before the match.
Rose said the Atlanta chapter of the NAACP will not officially participate in any physical gathering before or during the game due to weather and security concerns.
The NAACP is urging people to wear white and hold anti-Trump signs on Monday.
"[Drilling] could have a devastating effect in Georgia, Alabama, other states along the coast, and throughout the world", said Rose. "Trump supporters mockingly call the opposition snowflakes, but when we come together we create a mighty storm".