Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki delighted President Trump and fans when he whipped out a MAGA hat during the Nationals White House visit.
"I love you all! Thank you!"
Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki walks up to a microphone outside the White House and whips out a #MAGA hat.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 4, 2019
Here is another angle.
— Monica Akhtar (@Monica_Akhtar) November 4, 2019
Nicholas Katongle wrote “I love this guy. He’s so original”
I love ths guy. He’s so original
— nicholas katongle (@kakooza_zinc) November 4, 2019
Harold joked “They’ll start calling Kurt Suzuki a white nationalist now.”
They’ll start calling Kurt Suzuki a white nationalist now. pic.twitter.com/ade5wiARyE
— Harold (@Nikk1066) November 4, 2019
Trump critics were not happy with the move.
So disappointing, #Nats.
— JGutierrezKrueger (@jolinegkg) November 4, 2019
— Wendy Ramallo (@1MamaRama) November 4, 2019
President Trump calls Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki to the podium.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 4, 2019
USA Today reports Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki donned a “Make America Great Again” hat on stage during the team’s visit to the White House on Monday to celebrate its World Series title.
President Donald Trump called Suzuki up to the podium and the 36-year-old backstop put on the red hat that has been the trademark of Trump and his supporters since he jumped into politics in 2015.
Suzuki played 85 games for the Nationals in the regular season, posting an .809 OPS with 17 homers and 63 RBI. He started 10 games in the postseason, going 3-for-30 with a home run.
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