LA Rams Say They Might Skip Trump White House Visit If They Win The Super Bowl

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LA Rams Say They Might Skip Trump White House Visit If They Win The Super Bowl

Los Angeles Rams head coach, Sean McVay, told a press conference that the team is “undecided” on if the team will accept an invitation to visit the Trump White House. Of course, they have to win Sunday’s big game first.
In the past, some championship teams have made no secret of their disdain for President Trump and have sometimes even refused the president’s invitation.
Last year, the Philadelphia Eagles boycotted a visit after their Super Bowl win.
And after clinching the NBA championship in 2017 and 2018, the Golden State Warriors did the exact same thing.
Now the LA Rams seem to be continuing that ugly tradition.
McVay, 33, said, “I think that the biggest thing is if we’re fortunate enough to win this game, then we talk about what’s next with regard to those steps, and that’s exactly how we’ll approach it.”
“The first thing is we have to win this game. And that’s going to be a great challenge for us, so that’s really kind of where we’re at.”
“We’re solely focused on trying to win the game against an excellent football team that’s been doing as well as anybody over the last handful of years,” McVay added. “The luxuries or some of the opportunities that are presented as a result of winning that are things that we will have to filter through as an organization after this.”

Michael J. Duarte

#LARams HC Sean McVay said the team is currently ‘undecided’ on if they’ll visit the White House, should they go on to win the #SuperBowl. They will decide if they are lucky enough to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.

If they win Super Bowl LIII this coming Sunday, it is possible the Los Angeles Rams will not visit President Donald Trump at the White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
When asked about a potential visit this week, members of the team would not commit to making the trip — leaving room for the possibility that they don’t end up going.
Rams head coach Sean McVay told reporters at a press conference the team is “undecided” on what they will do if they win Sunday’s big game. …
Players are not particularly committed to a potential White House visit, either.
Cornerback AqibTalib said, “We got to worry about preparing for the game first.”
And defensive tackle Michael Brockers said, “I haven’t really thought about it. That will be after the game. We have to play the game first.”
In contrast, if they end up winning, the New England Patriots would most likely end up attending the White House once again.
Team owner Robert Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady are all friendly with President Donald Trump.
And when the team won the Super Bowl in 2017, more than 30 players from the team paid the president a visit. …
Here’s how one Twitter user reacted to the news:

Monkey Breath

Replying to @michaeljduarte @NBCLA
Like you are so important. Trump does not care. Stay home

.Do you agree?
Who will you be rooting for on Super Bowl Sunday?

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