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Sports Donald Trump: ‘We’ll see’ if Capitals receive White House invite

23:26  08 june  2018
23:26  08 june  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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I mean, we ' ll see ," Trump said last week. "You know, my attitude: If they want to be here, it's the greatest place on Earth, I'm here. Donald Trump will likely invite the Washington Capitals to the White House .

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Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie © Larry McCormack-USA TODAY Sports

President Donald Trump was noncommittal on Friday about whether or not the Washington Capitals will receive an invitation to the White House to celebrate their Stanley Cup win.

“I think we’ll have the Caps, we’ll see,” Trump said at the White House before departing for the G7 Summit in Quebec, via the New York Post.

Trump early Friday morning took to Twitter to congratulate the local Caps on winning the organization’s first championship.

Trump’s comments on potentially hosting the Capitals came at the same time as when he proclaimed no invitation would be extended to the ultimate NBA champions, which presumably will be the Golden State Warriors, who are on the verge of sweeping the Cavaliers out of the Finals. LeBron James and Stephen Curry both stated this week neither team would visit the White House.

Interestingly, on the NHL front, one Capitals player already has gone on record to state he would not attend a ceremony at the White House with Trump.

“The things that he spews are straight-up racist and sexist,” Caps winger Devante Smith-Pelly told Canada’s National Post. “Some of the things he’s said are pretty gross. I’m not too into politics, so I don’t know all his other views, but his rhetoric I definitely don’t agree with. It [an invitation] hasn’t come up here, but I think I already have my mind made up.”

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These fans are still invited to the White House to be part of a different type of ceremony — one that will honor our It’s a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don ’t want to see you. President Donald Trump replaced Eagles’ celebration with parody of patriotism.

Donald Trump steps off Air Force One as he arrives for the G7 Summit on Friday in Canada. Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP. Whichever team wins the NBA championship, US president Donald Trump says he won’t be inviting them to the White House .

Trump seems to be setting a precedent this week on how he’ll approach the customary practice of hosting championship teams. The president on Monday abruptly canceled the Philadelphia Eagles’ scheduled visit to the White House planned for Tuesday morning.

A statement issued Tuesday by the White House placed all the blame on the Eagles for the sudden cancellation and accused the team of abandoning their fans. The fallout inspired a week-long conversation concerning Trump’s latest controversial run-in involving the world of sports.

Given the backdrop and all the drama of this week, it will be interesting to see how the situation involving the Capitals and the White House plays out. It’s safe to speculate that anything is possible at this point.

Ovechkin, several other Capitals would accept White House invitation .
Ovechkin, several other Capitals would accept White House invitationThis comes roughly a week after Trump said he wouldn't invite the eventual NBA champion Golden State Warriors to the White House, and he canceled the Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles' invite after Nick Foles was reportedly the only player confirmed to go.

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