Team USA soccer player Ali Krieger says she is “absolutely not” going to the White House if President Trump were to extend an invitation to the team.
US national soccer team player Ali Krieger has said she would "absolutely not" go to the White House if invited and stood by her teammate Megan Rapinoe in her war of words with President Trump https://t.co/igCiRVQ8Ke pic.twitter.com/UXTkZufcbs
— CNN (@CNN) July 5, 2019
You know, Trump bad and blah, blah … we’ve heard it all before.
“I refuse to respect a man that warrants no respect,” Krieger told CNN New Day’s Alisyn Camerota of Trump.
— Brooks (@Brooks_the_Lab) July 5, 2019
Who cares? https://t.co/wzj5t3zF2m
— Robbentweet (@robbentweet) July 5, 2019
This is so expected and petty that I'm almost bored. https://t.co/eomfdm95rM
— Kimberly Ross (@SouthernKeeks) July 5, 2019
Who cares? Just kick a ball. https://t.co/0FaJY4ELhn
— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) July 5, 2019
Literally no one cares https://t.co/h5CewhvYtK
— Laura 🇺🇸 (@thebeardzwife) July 5, 2019
Is there a point at which this tedious political performance art will end? For the love of god you people are boring. https://t.co/p7z3avk5hy
— Mo Mo (@molratty) July 5, 2019
Many Americans love sports, but some athletes’ perception of their own political influence seems to be FAR greater than it actually is.