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Trumps Responds To Megan Rapinoe's Comments About Possible White House Invitation

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Trumps Responds To Megan Rapinoe's Comments About Possible White House Invitation

Trumps Responds To Megan Rapinoe's Comments About Possible White House Invitation

U.S. women’s soccer team co-captain Megan Rapinoe recently said she wouldn’t go to the White House if they win the World Cup.

According to CNN, President Donald Trump attacked Rapinoe, saying they should win first before she talks.

He said whether the women’s team wins or loses, he plans to invite the team to the White House.

Trump also said that sports teams “love coming to the White House,” pushing back on Rapinoe’s comments.

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