Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-07-20 16:43:09 –
(NEXSTAR) – President Biden and Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady are still celebrating a big win since the beginning of the year — and both seem to be still confused by denialists who doubt the outcome.
Brady and the rest of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visited the White House on Tuesday to praise Kansas City Chiefs for their 31-9 defeat at the Super Bowl LV. During the show, the 2021 Super Bowl MVP also jokingly sympathized with Biden about those who didn’t yet believe in their achievements.
“It didn’t look good at one point,” Brady said, referring to the early parts of the game where the team was “hard”.
“But we found our rhythm,” Brady said. “We went well. Not many people think we’ve won. In fact, I think about 40% of people don’t think we’ve won yet.”
“I understand that,” Biden intervened.
“Did you know, president?” Brady asked.
“I understand that,” Biden reiterated.
Next, Brady briefly explained what it means to be “a little older” than anyone else in the game.
“There was a match in Chicago and I forgot what it was. I lost one in 21 years of play and they started calling me” Sleepy Tom “. Why do they do it to me? He asked Biden.
“I don’t know!” Biden raised his hand and said.
In his remarks, Brady was honored to be invited to the White House and thanked President Biden for his hospitality during his visit to the team.
However, Brady has repeatedly said in the 2020 election that Biden’s rival Donald Trump was a “friend” and golf companion before the 2016 election.At that time he also insisted “That’s a great thing” If Trump beat the president, he never publicly revealed who he voted for in the 2016 race.
Brady openly opposed Trump in 2017.Brady called on the then president’s comment after Trump said he should kneel in the middle of the national anthem and fire the player. “It’s just split.”
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