Many on social media expressed disapproval after Kurt Suzuki, the Washington National star catcher, wore a MAGA baseball cap during a White House ceremony Monday marking his team victory over the Houston Astro president Trump.  ACE NATIONAL DISCUSSES TO STAY CEREMONY OVERCOMING TRUMP
The Trump team meeting will always be considered, especially since Trump was envied during Game 5 of the Parks World Series 5. What used to be a remarkable tradition of stopping world champions from the White House has become something of a political event, with experts even offering teams unsolicited advice on how to proceed.
Bill Kristol on Saturday predicted "how great it would be" if the national owner announced that the players had decided to "respect" the Trump White House invitation.
Although some of the national players declined, many attended the ceremony, including some of the leading stars of the team. Many on social media were critical of the team for making themselves known, and the criticism increased the happier players looked with the president.
Norman Ornstein, a scientist at the American Enterprise Institute, writes: "Very sad. I love Kurt Suzuki as a player. But he wore a White House MAGA hat so I wouldn't cheer him up. It's not so bad for Ryan Zimmerman. , but his praise for Trump is difficult to accept. "
Zimmerman thanked Trump for his work by keeping the country safe and presenting a team jersey.
But Suzuki's approval was by far the most thoroughly studied. While Trump's supporters found the display affectionate, others hammered Suzuki for wearing a hat and turned the event into a political rally. Trump has even been criticized for his "awkward" embrace of the damned. The Los Angeles Times said the two shared a "titanic moment," referring to Leonardo DiCaprio's famous photo and Titanic's Kate Winslet.
For Suzuki, who is from Hawaii, many of the posts were personal attacks. One user reports that he is "disturbing his family" and others call him a racist.
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Wajahat Ali, contributing editor of the New York Times, published, "They will never love you, Kurt Suzuki. They will never love you. Enjoy the hug and whatever makes you feel great. "