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I told you….more and more people are going to start speaking out in favor of our President for the simple reason that he’s doing an incredible job!
It’s ok to be a Trump fan!
Boston Red Sox star Heath Hembree made that very clear when asked by a reporter if he was going to the White House. “Hell yeah” he said.
When asked in a follow up what he liked about President Trump he said “everything”.
Hembree, my man!
I don’t even like baseball, but you’re my new favorite athlete!
Here's more, from TMZ Sports:
Boston Red Sox pitcher Heath Hembree has already made up his mind -- he WILL be visiting the White House with the team ... telling TMZ Sports, "Hell yeah! I f*ck with Trump!"
Heath was leaving Nightingale nightclub after the Red Sox won Game 5 of the World Series -- and he was in a great mood.
Though it's interesting, when people were asking him questions about baseball, he went silent -- only talking about President Trump.
When asked what he liked about Trump, the 29-year-old South Carolina native told us, "Everything!"
Trump has yet to tweet a congratulatory message to the Red Sox.
And from the Boston Globe:
The 2018 World Series champions have yet to receive their invitation to the White House, but Red Sox reliever Heath Hembree certainly seems interested.
While Hembree — who pitched a shutout inning in the epic 18-inning Game 3 — was autographing baseballs following the Red Sox’ series-clinching win Sunday night, TMZ asked the 29-year-old if he would participate in future celebratory festivities at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
“Hell yeah,” Hembree said. “I [expletive] with Trump.”
Asked for his favorite thing about Trump, Hembree responded: “Everything.”
Red Sox owner John Henry was also asked about the potential visit, as was manager Alex Cora. Both left the door open for either option, saying they’ll confer with the team, but Henry seemed to indicate the trip is likely.
“I think we will,” Henry told WEEI’s Rob Bradford. “This is a special team. We’ll see what they want to do, but I think so.”