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As the cold weather in most of the country finally breaks, it seemed like a good time for most of us to step away from the real world and take a break from reality. The NFL provided a good chance for that break with Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta. The problem was, joining us on our break, were the offenses of both the Patriots and Rams.
New England defeated Los Angeles, 13-3 in the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history , but the game did have it's fair share of drama. Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady and Head Coach won their 6th Super Bowl Title, both NFL records.
Though the halftime show left many fans unsatisfied , the other big musical performance did not disappoint. Atlanta native Gladys Knight gave a performance of the National Anthem that will be remembered for years to come.
Even the President took time out a tumultuous time in Washington to unwind, playing golf with a couple of legends before taking in the game.
But all good things must come to an end, and the nation must get back to business. In the coming days and weeks, there will be many important decisions that the Commander-In-Chief will have to make. The Government is set to shut down February 15th unless a budget deal can be reached, FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is coming to an end , and the President will deliver the State Of The Union address Tuesday .
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