White House Hosted NCAA Champs — What Trump Did With Oklahoma Women’s Team May Raise Eyebrows

President Donald Trump spent part of his day on Friday greeting last year’s NCAA championship teams in a variety of sports. Men’s and women’s teams from volleyball to softball and rowing to rifles met with the president and posed for a series of photos.

The president — and the students — appeared to have a great time:

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But then President Trump — along with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos — met with the University of Oklahoma women’s softball team, and right there in the East Room of the White House, they joined the team in a prayer:

Politico noted that, after praying with the Oklahoma women’s team, he met with a co-ed rifle team from West Virginia University — and he cut right to the chase:

The parade of teams then moved into the East Room, where Trump was joined by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. There, the president prayed with the University of Oklahoma softball team. In the Red Room, Trump met the University of West Virginia’s co-ed rifle team, entering the room and remarking, “Second Amendment, right? Save the Second Amendment!”

That was a day those students will certainly never forget.


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