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President Joe Biden speaks about manufacturing jobs and the economy at SK Siltron CSS, a computer chip manufacturing facility in Bay City, Mich., on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. AP Photo/Patrick Semansky
President Joe Biden celebrated the US men's soccer team's victory in Michigan on Tuesday.
After closing remarks, the President rushed back onto the stage to announce the team's triumph.
"USA, USA, that's a big game man!" Biden said as the crowd briefly chanted "USA."
President Joe Biden rushed back to the podium after making economic remarks in Michigan on Tuesday to congratulate the United States men's national soccer team on their decisive win over Iran to advance to the knockout stages of the World Cup.
The President was in Bay City, Michigan this week to discuss his administration's economic plans as the US men's soccer team beat Iran 1-0 in a hard-fought game. Biden had already left the stage and appeared to be mingling with the press and officials as he headed straight back to the podium, video shows.
Biden grabbed the mic, relayed the final score of the game and pumped his fist in the air to cheers and applause from the crowd.
"USA, USA, that's a big game man!" Biden said as the crowd briefly chanted "USA."
"When I spoke to the coach and the players, I said, 'You can do it.' They said 'ehh.' They did it," he said. "God loves them. Anyway, I just thought you might want to hear it."
After his announcement, the President left the stage again.
The US team's victory in the key game marks the first time the team has played in the knockout stages of a World Cup in eight years. However, the win was slightly dampened by multiple injuries to key players throughout the game.
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