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WATCH: Alabama Football Players Ask If They Can Pray For President Trump While Visiting White House

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For decades, the idea of professional and college sports teams visiting the White House to celebrate their respective world or national championships with the President of the United States was a foregone conclusion.

It was a tradition rarely ever questioned for any reason, much less, a political one.

That was, of course, until the President became Donald Trump, and anyone in the world of sports even remotely left of center began to push the idea of athletes boycotting White House visits simply because they disagree with the President on politics.

In fact, the Golden State Warriors made such a big deal about their desire to not visit the Trump White House, with star players like Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, and their head coach Steve Kerr continuously attacking the President with the same talking points one would expect from San Fransisco Liberals like Nancy Pelosi, the President personally disinvited the entire franchise.

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But while professional sports teams have led the charge against visiting the Trump White House, college football’s national champions have continued to visit the President without an ill word uttered.

Take the 2018 National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide for example.

On Tuesday, head coach Nick Saban – a guy awesome enough to place several calls to perspective recruits from inside the White House – and the Crimson Tide rolled into Washington, D.C. to celebrate their latest national championship with President Trump.

Apparently, prior to the visit, Coach Saban does what he does best – he laid out a plan for how his team was to handle the White House visit.

“Coach Saban addressed it and just said, ‘Hey, we’re doing this regardless of your political thoughts,” Alabama center Ross Pierschbacher said. “‘We’re going, just to celebrate this team. It’s an honor. And just to be able to say that you’ve gone to the White House is something that you can cherish forever.’ So that was basically the extent of that.”

And the players followed their coach’s lead.

“It’s an incredible honor for us to be invited to the White House,”Alabama running back Damien Harris said. “It’s something that comes with being national champions, so we’re definitely thankful for the opportunity.”

But while the stark difference between the behavior of 18-22 year old college kids and their grown, middle-aged professional counterparts is fascinating and worth noting, it was something that actually happened at the White House celebration that still has people talking.

According to a Tweet from WBRC News reporter Christina Chambers out of Birmingham, an inspiring moment occurred when the event concluded, as Alabama senior punter J.K. Scott and some of his teammates and coaches approached President Trump to ask if they could pray for the President and his staff.

President Trump also took to Twitter after the event to express what a “great honor” it was to host the national champs.

Saban, a six-time college football national champion head coach, also took time to express his appreciation for the White House visit and the President himself.

“You know, not many people get invited to the White House, so not many people get invited to see the president and meet the president,” Saban said. “So this is a special day for our team. A team that is being honored here because of their achievements in terms of winning the college football national championship, which makes me very proud.”

“A special thanks to our president to invite us here and make this a special day for us,” Saban continued. “President Trump, thank you so much.”

That’s the definition of class.

Roll Tide.

 

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SHOCK PHOTO: NFL Anthem Kneeler Accused of Domestic Violence in Disturbing Instagram Post

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A disturbing image has been posted to Instagram accusing an NFL star of domestic violence.

“[LeSean McCoy] is THE DEVIL!!!,” the post says. “YOU ARE AN ANIMAL!!!!!! We didn’t say anything about how you beat your dog ‘Henny’ into kidney failure. Let’s not talk about all the times my best friend had to stop you from VICIOUSLY beating your son for small things like peeing in the bed. We kept quiet about your drug usage … all the ILLEGAL steroids and needles you were using, but we will not keep quiet about this!!!!!! I can’t believe you did this to my best friend!!!!!”

WARNING: THIS IMAGE IS VERY DISTURBING

 

 

 

The poster goes by username miamor_i_adore, and claims that the photo is of her best friend, who is not named.

“The world needs to know what type of animal you really are!!!!!!!,” the post says. “This was just her yesterday on the left and now this morning this is her on the right!!!!”

LeSean McCoy is a star running back for the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. He has denied the allegations.

“For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false,” McCoy wrote on his Instagram. Further more [sic], I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved for months.”

The Buffalo Bills have not released a statement, but are aware of the allegations according to ESPN.

McCoy was embroiled in the NFL’s kneeling scandal, during which players refused to stand during the National Anthem. He was particularly disrespectful during the ordeal, warming up and doing stretches during the Anthem during one game.

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“I was extremely hurt to be honest,” McCoy said of his actions. “Because at first everybody has their own opinion like I talked about. People believe different things. They want to stand up for it or they don’t want to stand up for it. That’s their right. Some of the words the president used just rubbed me the wrong way. It really did. I was upset and I was frustrated. That was the way I wanted to express myself. I took a knee, I started stretching. I was angry. I was hurt. Like I said before after the game, somebody like the president and being our leader of this country for millions and millions and millions of people. They look at America and see the type of words he’s saying about us. It just got to me. It really did. Every week it will be different.”

 

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