WATCH VIDEO Patriots player: I won’t visit White House, but it ‘would be dope’ to meet Obama instead

    New England Patriots player Duron Harmon said that he won't visit President Trump's White House to praise the group's Super Bowl win. 
    Addressing TMZ Sports after the Patriots' success against the Los Angeles Rams, Harmon said he wouldn't join his colleagues for a visit. 
    "They don't need me in the White House," said Harmon, who plays security for the Patriots. 


    He did, in any case, recognize it "would be dope" to meet previous President Barack Obama, similar to the Golden State Warriors did recently. 
    "We cherish you here, man," Harmon stated, alluding to Obama. 
    At the point when the Patriots last won the Super Bowl in the 2016 season, various players, including Harmon, declined to visit the White House, some referring to an absence of help for Trump. 

    Trump is known to be an aficionado of the Patriots, notwithstanding, and is companions with quarterback Tom Brady, head mentor Bill Belichick and proprietor Robert Kraft. 
    "Individuals love to go to the White House," Trump revealed to CBS News in a meeting on Sunday. "So the Patriots were here two years prior, and I'm certain they'll be back." 

    A year ago, Trump disinvited Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House, saying they "can't help contradicting their President" about whether NFL players ought to be required to represent the national song of praise. 

    Trump likewise excluded NBA champs the Golden State Warriors in 2017 after star player Steph Curry said he would not like to visit the White House. Revealed The hill    
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