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Washington Nationals fans expressed outraged after U.S. President Donald Trump embraced catcher Kurt Suzuki who wore a "Make America Great Again" baseball hat during a ceremony to welcome the 2019 World Series Champions at the White House in Washington, DC, on Nov. 4, 2019.

Hundreds of Washington Nationals fans gathered on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday to celebrate their team's World Series win over the Houston Astros in 7 games.

"I love you all, I love you all. Thank you," Suzuki said, as the crowd roared.

"I didn't know that was going to happen," Trump said after Suzuki put on the red cap that is considered a racist symbol of white nationalists.

One player, Sean Doolittle, declined the invite to attend the ceremony at the White House because his wife's parents are lesbians.

"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 rhetoric and the enabling of conspiracy theories and widening the divide in this country," Doolittle told The Washington Post. A handful of other players also didn't attend.

President Trump was booed when he and his wife Melania Trump attended game 5 of the World Series in D.C. Those same fans took to Twitter to complain about young Suzuki's patriotism.

One fan tweeted: "Did Trump think Kurt Suzuki was someone else’s wife in this picture???"

Another Twitter user wrote: "People keep comparing that pic of Trump and Kurt Suzuki to Titanic, but his administration already hit the iceberg awhile ago."
 

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President Donald Trump was greeted by boos as he and his wife Melania Trump arrived to attend Game 5 of the 2019 World Series on Sunday. Thousands of Trump supporters cheered and waved red hats at Trump - while his haters waved their fingers.

The Trumps arrived at Nationals Park in DC just hours after Trump announced the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Syria.

Trump announced that Baghdadi was cornered in a tunnel as US Joint Special Operations Command's (JSOC) Delta Force conducted a raid in Syria.

As the 48-year-old terrorist was cornered by military canine soldiers, he detonated a vest bomb, killing himself and 3 of his children.

A DNA test was conducted immediately and Baghdadi's identity was confirmed. Trump celebrated the news on Twitter, saying the once fearsome ISIS leader blew himself up while "whimpering and crying."

Two dogs suffered minor injuries during the explosion but they have since returned to service.

It was all too much for the leftwing media. The Washington Post called Baghdadi an "austere religious scholar" before changing the headline after a fierce public backlash.

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Shocked news outlets remarked that The Washington Post's headline was "perhaps the most alarming headline" of all "the sympathetic obituary" headlines mourning Baghdadi's death.

"He beheaded thousands of innocent people, raped and murdered little girls, and the @washingtonpost calls him an "austere religious scholar," wrote The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion).

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CNN also mourned the terrorist leader. "Trump Kills Unarmed Father of Three" CNN reported during Don Lemon's Tonight with Don Lemon show.

The Democrats were similarly outraged that the Trump administration didn't give them a heads up before raiding Baghdadi's hideout.

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Angry House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanded to know why Trump notified Russia in advance about the raid but not the Democrats.

"Our military and allies deserve strong, smart and strategic leadership from Washington," she said on Monday. But President Trump said he declined to notify Pelosi and the others about the raid because "Washington leaks like I've never seen before".

Trump later said the killing of Baghdadi "was more significant than the 2011 operation ordered by his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden".

And Susan Rice, Obama's former national security adviser, slammed Trump for not informing Obama ahead of the planned raid. Rice said Trump advising Obama would have been "a matter of courtesy."

Boston Red Sox David Ortiz Obama selfie

The White House plans to ban visitor photos with President Barack Obama, thanks to Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz. Obama invited Ortiz and his Red Sox teammates to the White House last week to celebrate their World Series win.

Obama obliged Ortiz's request to pose for a 'Selfie' taken with Ortiz's self phone. Such selfies are normally uploaded to social media websites including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

But Ortiz's photo op with the president was actually part of a pre-arranged deal between Ortiz and Samsung to promote the cell phone company's phones.

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Beyonce celebrates Boston Red Sox win

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