At least one person will not see the quarterfinals on Friday in the World Cup between the US and France. On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump unleashed the kiss of Megan Rapinho, captain of the American national football team, after the video appeared to the athlete, saying he would not "go to the White House" if the team wins the championship . Rapinho added that he did not believe the female team would be invited to the White House. The video is viral after it was published by soccer magazine Eight by eight .
Trump responded quickly, starting at Twitter which began with Rapino's comments and quickly moved to the list of his own alleged political achievements. He turned back to Rapino, saying he was a big fan of women's football, but her comments about the White House invitation were unconvinced. – Megan must win before he talks! he screamed. "He finished the job!" He took the opportunity to present his official invitation to the entire team, "win or lose".
To make something more awkward, Trump originally marked the wrong Twitter account in the tweets. The owner of the account, @meganrapino replied that the soccer star Trupp considered her "right to say" what she did, "so she calls me a river plus it's not even her [account] The original tweets were fast deleted and corrected, but the @meganrapino account owner does the best of the accident. Her name on the platform now reads "Maybe megan rapine" and she has accumulated more than 2,000 followers, who explained by the letter, "tr * mp really has almost 19459017 followers."
Other members of the American women team agrees with the real Megan Rapino. Earlier, Alex Morgan told Magazine that he would not go to the White House if they were invited. Defender Ali Creiger did not say anything in support of Rapino in twitter "As for the" presidential "tweed today, I know women who can not control or feel anger, but I stand on @mPinoe Kriger quotes the administration's attitude towards LGBT and immigrant communities as a reason why she does not plan to visit the White House.
Having scored a goal against Colombia in the 2011 World Cup, Megan Rapino slipped to the nearest microphone and secured "Born in the US". The 33-year-old striker is gay and has long been a vocal defender of LGBTK rights, but in recent years she has become even more politically frank. In 2016, Rapinoe became the first woman to join Colin Kaepernick's protest, kneeling during the national anthem before the Seattle match. The American Football Federation established a rule only a few months later requiring all members of the national team to "respectfully" during the national anthem. She is now silent and standing, her hands closed behind her, during the national anthem – an act of a hard-press that Trump considered inappropriate in an exclusive interview with Hill.
Rapino is an integral part of the women's national team both on the field and outside. Earlier this week, she secured the team's place in the quarter-finals by scoring two goals against Spain in penalties. It has also played a central role in the innovative judicial procedure against gender discrimination against the American Football Federation, especially on the International Women's Day.
If the president moves to the win or loss of the team, it will be a surprising development in the history of the champions' teams visiting the Trump's White House. Business Insider reported that of the 20 teams that have won big sports championships since Trump took office, half were not invited or chose not to go. The numbers of the women's teams are even worse. Baylor Bears female basketball team is the only female team to attend Trump's White House ceremony. The four women's listed teams Business Insider – Seattle Storm, Notre Dame Borne Irish, South Carolina and Minnesota Linx received no invitations.