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The “Trump 2020” banner was filled at Boston's Fenway Park – then quickly ripped down

Members of the baseball world champion, the Boston Red Sox, were less than unanimous in accepting President Trump's invitation to the White House this week. On Friday night, mixed reactions to the president were also exhibited at Fenway Park. Just a few minutes after some fans threw out a "Trump 2020" banner from the top deck of the stored ballpark – where the MLB's Red Sox hosted the Seattle sailors – the red and blue banners were torn down. [19659003] As with most public events these days, there were a lot of responses to social media – both for the banner removal and the White House ceremony. TRUMP HONORS "VERY SPECIFIC" WORLD SERIES CHAMPION RED SOX AT WHITE HOUSE "A libtard saw down a Trump 2020 banner on Fenway," wrote a Twitter user. "Every time 1 of your libholes do this, you earn Trump 30 more votes, continue!" "Very disappointed at @RedSox today" answered another. "Baseball has managed to stay clear of politics and there is no reason why you can't accept congratulations from the president even if you don't like him. Will you start to replace Trump supporters from Fenway?" "The policy shouldn't fit in Fenway Park, "came another answer. "Very disappointed in this organization." There was no immediate indication of whether any fights were due to the banner being removed or some fans being thrown out – whether they were hanging the banner or removing it. On Thursday, Trump honored the club to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers…

Members of the baseball world champion, the Boston Red Sox, were less than unanimous in accepting President Trump’s invitation to the White House this week.

On Friday night, mixed reactions to the president were also exhibited at Fenway Park.

Just a few minutes after some fans threw out a “Trump 2020” banner from the top deck of the stored ballpark – where the MLB’s Red Sox hosted the Seattle sailors – the red and blue banners were torn down. [19659003] As with most public events these days, there were a lot of responses to social media – both for the banner removal and the White House ceremony.

TRUMP HONORS “VERY SPECIFIC” WORLD SERIES CHAMPION RED SOX AT WHITE HOUSE “A libtard saw down a Trump 2020 banner on Fenway,” wrote a Twitter user. “Every time 1

of your libholes do this, you earn Trump 30 more votes, continue!”

“Very disappointed at @RedSox today” answered another. “Baseball has managed to stay clear of politics and there is no reason why you can’t accept congratulations from the president even if you don’t like him. Will you start to replace Trump supporters from Fenway?”

“The policy shouldn’t fit in Fenway Park, “came another answer. “Very disappointed in this organization.”

There was no immediate indication of whether any fights were due to the banner being removed or some fans being thrown out – whether they were hanging the banner or removing it.

On Thursday, Trump honored the club to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers in last year’s world series.

“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 Round, Inning, Games and Series, the Red Sox in 2018 never gave up and never refused, always played as champion. “

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Red Sox manager Alex Cora and player Mookie Betts abd Xander Bogaerts chose to skip the event in Vita house.

Cora had expressed frustration with the Trump administration’s response to Hurricane Maria in his native Puerto Rico.

Betts, the reigning US league MVP, did not mention Trump as a reason for his decision.

“I’m not going there. I decided not to” was his only comment, according to the Boston Globe.

Fox News & # 39; Ryan Gaydos and Sam Chamberlain contributed to this story.

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