Tom Brady Asked If He'll Go To The White House, Answer Might Surprise You

Tom Brady Asked If He’ll Go To The White House, Answer Might Surprise You


Well I have to say this was disappointing to see.  

You might remember Brady skipped the Patriots’ 2017 visit to the White House, claiming prior family commitments as his reason for not going.

But it was widely known that his wife, Gisele Bundchen, does not like Trump and many credited that as the reason he didn’t go.

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This time?

Will Brady have another “family commitment”? 

Come on Tom, that would be a real shame to see.

But he was just asked about it in an interview and his answer was not encouraging:

From NBC10:

Tom Brady refused to answer a question Thursday about whether he'll visit the White House if the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots are invited.

"Next question," the quarterback said when asked about the trip at a ceremonial shave event at Gillette World Shaving Headquarters.

Brady and President Trump have described each other as friends in the past, with Trump even speaking in support of Brady following his 4-game "Deflategate" suspension. Trump has even suggested that he wished his daughter Ivanka had married Brady.

But Brady skipped the Patriots' visit to the White House after the team won the Super Bowl in 2017, a move that reportedly angered Trump. That came after Brady took some heat in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election for saying he thought Trump would make a "great" president and for displaying a red "Make America Great Again" hat in his locker. So much so that his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, told him not to talk about politics anymore.

In recent days, three Patriots players have said they will not go to the White House if the team is invited.

Safety Devin McCourty said he'll skip the visit, and his twin brother Jason McCourty said he doubts he'll go. Fellow defensive back Duron Harmon had already said he wouldn't be going to the White House.

"Nah, man," he said after Sunday's Super Bowl win. "They don't want me in the White House, man."

Brady fielded several other questions from the media on Thursday, including one asking when he's running for president.

"I'm not running for president," he said flatly.

He revealed that his one indulgence after winning the Super Bowl was drinking margaritas, and said he had a bet that tight end Rob Gronkowski would have his shirt off at Tuesday's championship parade by the second block.

"I was right," he cracked.

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