Trump welcomes World Series champion Cubs to White House


As Trump congratulated the Cubs on their achievement past year, he unexpectedly called Gilbert out from a backroom near the Roosevelt Room, according to a pool report.

In January, the Cubs visited President Barack Obama at the White House after winning the World Series and shortly before his term ended.

It was a crowded room as some of the Chicago Cubs visited the White House on Wednesday.

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Trump first met with the team in the Roosevelt Room and then took the across the West Wing hall to the Oval Office, where they gathered around his desk. Among them is Albert Almora, Jr., the Cubs' center fielder.

Reporters and members of the Cubs were gathered in the Roosevelt Room just before 2 p.m., when Trump "called over Dan Gilbert, owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers over and they all stood for pictures", according to the pool report. "I'd never do that to the president of the United States".

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Trump welcomed the manager and several players from the World Series champion Chicago Cubs to the White House on Wednesday.

Trump hijacked his photo-op with the world champion Chicago Cubs to complain about how sports teams don't want to be seen with Trump.

The Cubs have done a second round of celebrating while in the nation's capital for a four-game series with the Nationals. "It's an honor. No political ties".

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Arrieta, who pitched Tuesday night, and Rondon aren't going this time, either.