President Donald Trump's arrival to Mercedes-Benz Stadium met with boos

Scene outside national championship game in Atlanta borders on chaos

Scene outside national championship game in Atlanta borders on chaos

Fans were waiting outside for an extended period as multiple entrances were shut down to accomodate Trump's arrival, leaving many seats empty as the game came closer and closer to kickoff.

Protesters projected the message "F-- Trump" on the front of the stadium where he attended the college football national championship game on Monday.

And fans booed Trump's motorcade as it pulled up to the stadium earlier in the night after they were forced to stand in the rain outside of the arena until his arrival.

The trouble started when police cleared the street and sidewalks around one end of the stadium, telling people they would have to wait until after President Trump arrived before they could access their gates or, in some cases, retrieve their tickets from a will-call window.

CNN's Andy Scholes captured the moment, which you can watch below.

Hopefully everyone made it inside for the 8 p.m. ET kickoff between Alabama and Georgia.

Trump was greeted with applause and some boos as he walked onto the field at the game.