Tom Brady Was Asked if He's Visiting the White House: 'Next Question'

Tom Brady Was Asked if He's Visiting the White House: 'Next Question'

Upon unexpectedly missing the 2017 visit for family reasons, Brady said he hoped the team would "be back on the South Lawn again soon".

This was certainly Brady's ugliest Super Bowl performance, but there's something lovely about Bill Belichick's defense lifting the team throughout, after Brady's 33-point, 505 yards of passing barrage against the Philadelphia Eagles proved all for naught in Super Bowl LII.

According to NBC10 Boston's Perry Russom, when asked Thursday if he planned to go to the White House this year, Brady declined to give an answer.

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"Everyone on the duck boat is juking them". But it was quarterback Tom Brady who actually swayed his head coach on the decision. "The Patriots were here two years ago and I'm sure they'll be back".

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"First off, I got to see where I'm at", Gronk said. McCourty skipped out on the visit in 2017. "They don't want me in the White House, man". Of the suggestion that - like the National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors - he should visit former President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C., instead, Harmon said "that would be dope".

With Drew Brees and numerous team's star players set to return next season, New Orleans is definitely poised to make another run with perhaps a bigger chip on their shoulder than any other team in the league.

Harmon also posted on Twitter later that morning.

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