Donald Trump won't be releasing a Presidential NCAA Tournament bracket like Barack Obama did in his eight years in office, but have no fear, our 44th President is continuing his tradition of making his March Madness picks. But he has the Dawgs losing to the more well-known Huskies from CT in the semifinals.
On the women's side, the 44th president went totally out on a limb by picking UConn, the victor of 100-plus consecutive games, to win the whole thing.
North Carolina, the collegiate home of NBA legend Michael Jordan, has won the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men's title five times, most recently in 2009, while the CT women are four-time defending champions and unbeaten at 32-0 this season and on a 107-game win streak. The UW women ended up losing to Syracuse in the Final Four.
On the men's side, Obama does not have as high hopes for Gonzaga.
Obama has North Carolina beating Duke in the men's tournament.
When he was President, Obama's bracket reveal became an event televised on ESPN.
President Barack Obama speaks during a news conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House December 16, 2016 in Washington, DC.