Remember when a visit to a White House sports team was nothing more than a photograph?
Simpler times, no matter what your political affiliation.
It was the turn of Washington nationals on Monday after winning the World Series, and hunter Kurt Suzuki even surprised President Donald Trump when he threw himself on the red baseball cap before stepping onto the podium.
She had no curly woo, but rather the words "Make America great again." that “keeps everyone safe in our country and continues to make America the largest country in the world. "
'Everybody fell in love with Nats baseball,'" Trump said during a half-hour South Lawn ceremony. "That's all they wanted to talk about ̵
Suzuki insisted then that it was not necessary to make a political statement in hats.
"It was incredible. That was the president. I'm just trying to have fun, "Suzuki told USA Today. "Everyone does everything politically. It was our team that won the World Series. "
Third Founder Anthony Rundon and Liberator Sean Doolittle were among the national players who chose not to attend.