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New York Post › 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON — Justice Brett Kavanaugh called himself grateful and optimistic Thursday, avoiding controversy in his first major public appearance since his stormy Supreme Court confirmation a year ago. Kavanaugh described the past 18 months as eventful...
New York Post › Opinions › 6 days ago
President Trump is scheduled to attend the Alabama/LSU football game Saturday, and on Monday he’ll be in New York City for the Veterans Day Parade. It’s a fair bet that someone, somewhere will shout out a boo or two. Good. Trump may hold the...
The Inquisitr › 1 week ago
When Boston Red Sox designated hitter J.D. Martinez announced on Monday that he would stay with the team rather than become a free agent, keeping his $23.75 million salary on the books for 2020, the decision appeared to seal the fate of 2018 American...
Sputnik International › 1 week ago
Recently, the Nationals Park stadium in DC, mostly filled with Washington Nationals fans, overwhelmingly booed Donald Trump as he attended Game 5 of the World Series just hours after announcing the death of Daesh* leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi at the...
Breitbart › Politics › 1 week ago
President Donald Trump hosted the World Series Champions the Washington Nationals at the White House on Monday.
New York Post › 1 week ago
The World Series-winning Washington Nationals visited the White House Monday — and the team’s catcher got a Janet Jackson like moment from President Trump. The Commander in Chief reached around the MAGA-hat-wearing Kurt Suzuki and gave him a big...
Newsweek › Politics › 1 week ago
Keeping with tradition, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania hosted the Washington, D.C.-based team at the White House.
Breitbart › Sports › 1 week ago
Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki wore a "Make America Great Again" hat Monday during the team's visit to the White House.
Breitbart › Politics › 1 week ago
Washington Nationals’ catcher Kurt Suzuki wore a MAGA hat while speaking at the White House’s welcoming ceremony for the World Series champions.
Breitbart › Politics › 1 week ago
Washington Nationals player Ryan Zimmerman, who hit the first World Series home run in Nationals franchise history, thanked President Trump for | Politics
Breitbart › Politics › 1 week ago
President Donald Trump will welcome the Washington Nationals to the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series victory.
Newsweek › Sports › 1 week ago
It's the capital's first World Series title in nearly a century—a fact not lost on Trump, who didn't cancel the meet and greet despite potential dropouts from players, plus boos from fans at Nationals Park last week.
New York Post › 1 week ago
The pair later joined manager Dave Martinez and teammates Stephen Strasburg, Gerardo Parra, Yan Gomes, Michael Taylor, Aaron Barrett and Aníbal Sánchez at Beltway power spot Cafe Milano, where they all had dinner.
Breitbart › Sports › 1 week ago
Washington Nationals relief pitcher Sean Doolittle has decided to skip the team's visit to the White House to celebrate their World Series win
New York Post › Sports › 1 week ago
Note to Yankees: Another elite pitcher has hit the open market. Stephen Strasburg opted out of the final four years of his contract with the Washington Nationals, three days after the star pitcher was chosen MVP of the World Series. The move Saturday...
New York Post › Sports › 1 week ago
Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle will not be going to the White House on Monday, he revealed in a new interview. “There’s a lot of things, policies that I disagree with, but at the end of the day, it has more to do with the divisive...
Washington Examiner › Sports › 1 week ago
The Washington Nationals are celebrating their 2019 World Series win with a Saturday afternoon parade through Washington, D.C.
Newsweek › 1 week ago
"At the end of the day, as much as I wanted to be there with my teammates and share that experience with my teammates, I can't do it. I just can't do it," Nats closer Sean Doolittle told The Washington Post.
New York Post › Sports › 1 week ago
Did Mattress Mack “Bet Smart” with his series of wagers on the Astros? Now that the 2019 World Series has been put to bed, it’s time to evaluate a key question in what was arguably the most prominent sports betting news story ever. You surely...
Washington Examiner › Sports › 1 week ago
Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle announced he will not join the rest of the team during their Monday visit to the White House to celebrate their World Series victory.
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