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Here's When Donald Trump Left His Super Bowl Party

President Donald Trump speaking at a rally in Louisville.

Here's when the president left his Super Bowl party.

President Trump wasn't in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl on Sunday night, but he did watch the game. Well, some of it.

Donald and Melania Trump hosted a Super Bowl party in Florida. The party was held at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach.

The Florida Atlantic University marching band and cheerleaders were on-hand for the party. The marching band reportedly performed Hail To The Chief.

"So great, thank you so much. That was so great, great job, great talent, enjoy the game," Trump reportedly told the college students.

The White House announced that Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, son Barron, daughter Tiffany and social media director Dan Scavino were also in attendance for the party.

The first family watched the game for a while, but ended up leaving early. Trump and Co. left the party midway through the third quarter.

So, he missed the epic ending - unless he watched it aboard Air Force One.

The president sent out a congratulatory tweet to the Eagles after the game.