Soccer star disses Trump
Megan Rapinoe refused to sing anthem.
U.S women’s soccer group brazen Megan Rapinoe pronounced Saturday that she believes that “not many, if any” of her teammates would revisit a White House if they win this Sunday’s World Cup final opposite a Netherlands.
Rapinoe, who has publicly feuded with President Trump, pronounced she hadn’t oral to all her teammates about attending a White House, though suspected that few would take a boss adult on a invitation should they be invited.
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“I don’t know. we haven’t oral to everybody about it,” she pronounced during a press conference, according to The Daily Mirror. “Not myself, not Ali Krieger and we think not many, if any, of a other players.”
Rapinoe had drawn Trump’s madness after a video resurfaced on an talk she gave in Jan where she pronounced she would not go to a “f—ing White House” if the U.S. won a cup.
Trump responded this week: “Megan should never disregard a Country, a White House, or a Flag, generally given so most has been finished for her a team.”
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Trump combined that he would entice a group to Washington, win or lose.
Rapinoe’s teammate, Ali Keiger, voiced support for her refusal to go to a White House and pronounced she wouldn’t attend either.
“I exclude to honour a male that warrants no respect,” Krieger told CNN. “I feel that staying wordless during times can side with a totalitarian and we didn’t wish her to feel like she was carrying to routine this all alone, since a lot of us do have those identical feelings.”
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Rapinoe has stood by her statement, solely for a counterfeit denunciation she used.
On Friday, Trump was asked by reporters if he would watch a game. He pronounced he didn’t know if he’d be means to, though added: “I wish they do well. we wish they win.”
The U.S. faces off opposite a Netherlands on Sunday during 11 am ET. The fortifying champions are complicated favorites to win their fourth World Cup.
Fox News’ Elizabeth Llorente contributed to this report.