Nationals bring their World Series celebration to the White House

Washington Post Sports 1 week ago
At least one member of the team has already opted out of meeting with President Trump.

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CBS Local › Sports › 1 week ago
President Donald Trump honored the World Series champion Nationals at the White House on Monday, though more than a half-dozen players skipped the ceremony on the South Lawn.
The New York Times › Politics › 1 week ago
President Donald Trump is welcoming the World Series champion Nationals to the White House with a ceremony on the South Lawn.
ABC News › Sports › 1 week ago
President Donald Trump is welcoming the World Series champion Nationals to the White House
Business Insider › Sports › 1 week ago
President Trump hosted the Washington Nationals at the White House on Monday to celebrate the team's World Series win over the Houston Astros. During the ceremoney, Trump invited Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki to the podium to say a few words. After...
The Week › 1 week ago
The Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros 7-2 on Tuesday night during Game 6 of the World Series. With the win, the Nationals tied the series 3-3, forcing a Game 7. The action started early, with the Nationals earning a run in the first...
CNN › Politics › 1 week ago
President Donald Trump welcomed the newest Major League Baseball World Series champs, the Washington Nationals, to a celebration at the White House Monday afternoon.
The Boston Globe › Sports › 6 days ago
The president mostly stuck to sports Monday while honoring the World Series champion Washington Nationals.
CNN › Politics › 1 week ago
Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle has declined to visit the White House Monday for a ceremony honoring his team's historic World Series win, citing President Donald Trump's rhetoric as the reason he won't attend the celebration.
USA Today › Sports › 2 weeks ago
What I'm Hearing: After a huge Game 1 win over the Astros in the World Series, the Nationals are already planning to have a 'legal' celebration with Juan Soto who turns 21 on Friday.
CBS News › 1 week ago
Thousands turned out to cheer the Washington Nationals in D.C on Saturday after their first-ever World Series win. The Nationals have also accepted an invitation to visit the White House on Monday.
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