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MSNBC guest suggests that Trump was probably the “lucky” color player not shown to White House ceremony

President Trump praised the Boston Red Sox on Thursday with a White House ceremony honoring the club's 2018 World Series victory, but an MSNBC guest took a shot at the commander over the celebration. Ron Klain, former head of staff of former Vice-Presidents Al Gore and Joe Biden, arrived at MSNBC and told Nicole Wallace that the White House championship visit is something that would bring the country together but Red Sox's visit visited Division – TRUMP HONORS "VERY SPECIAL" WORLD SERIES CHAMPION RED SOX AT WHITE HOUSE President Donald Trump shows a Red Sox shirt presented to him during a ceremony that welcomes the Boston Red Sox 2018 World Series baseball champion to the White House. (AP Photo / Manuel Balce Ceneta) "Among the many boring chapters of Donald Trump is that he likes to share us as a country. I bet he was happy today that he could say the white players were here and the color players weren't," Klain said. when Wallace sat quietly and shook his head. Klain added: "It is the kind of division he consciously encourages. It is exactly the opposite of presidents – Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative – about these kinds of events." Trump did not mention the players who did not appear for the ceremony. Chief Alex Cora, US League MVP Mookie Betts, outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and Corps David Price was among them. He described the Red Sox as an "unstoppable" team that had a "spectacular victory". "Every Red…

President Trump praised the Boston Red Sox on Thursday with a White House ceremony honoring the club’s 2018 World Series victory, but an MSNBC guest took a shot at the commander over the celebration.

Ron Klain, former head of staff of former Vice-Presidents Al Gore and Joe Biden, arrived at MSNBC and told Nicole Wallace that the White House championship visit is something that would bring the country together but Red Sox’s visit visited Division –

TRUMP HONORS “VERY SPECIAL” WORLD SERIES CHAMPION RED SOX AT WHITE HOUSE

President Donald Trump shows a Red Sox shirt presented to him during a ceremony that welcomes the Boston Red Sox 2018 World Series baseball champion to the White House. (AP Photo / Manuel Balce Ceneta)

“Among the many boring chapters of Donald Trump is that he likes to share us as a country. I bet he was happy today that he could say the white players were here and the color players weren’t,” Klain said. when Wallace sat quietly and shook his head.

Klain added: “It is the kind of division he consciously encourages. It is exactly the opposite of presidents – Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative – about these kinds of events.”

Trump did not mention the players who did not appear for the ceremony. Chief Alex Cora, US League MVP Mookie Betts, outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and Corps David Price was among them. He described the Red Sox as an “unstoppable” team that had a “spectacular victory”.

“Every Red Sox player is a brilliant example of excellence living out an American sports tradition that goes back many generations,” said Trump, adding: “Through every pitch, inning, game and series, the Red Sox 2018 never gave up and never played, always played as a champion. “

President Trump was defeated by an MSNBC guest on Thursday. (AP Photo / Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

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The Red Sox stressed that the clubhouse has not been divided into the issue; no players or coaches were pressed to go, and players who chose not to participate in stressed out would not be a will to those who participated. While Cora skipped the ceremony, starring Red Sox, John Henry, chairman Tom Werner, law president Sam Kennedy and president of the baseball business Dave Dombrowski appeared prominently on the stage behind Trump.

Fox News Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.

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