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US World Cup Winning Captain Vows Not To Visit White House

RTTNews Wednesday, 10 July 2019
America's world cup superstar Megan Rapinoe said neither she nor any of her world cup winning team mates will turn up for a White House reception in honor of the champions. After a verbal spat with the striker weeks ago, Trump had extended invitation to Rapinoe and team to visit the White House in case they win the World Cup. The US national soccer team retained the World Cup title beating Nether
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