Posted on April 24, 2018 at 06:29 | Updated on April 24, 2018 at 06:29
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Fans are sharing
According to a Twitter poll Eagles fans were essentially divided on whether the Eagles should accept the invitation of the White House for a visit.
On Monday night, a poll of slightly more than 1,500 votes leaned slightly against the Eagles, who accepted the invitation to the White House. 58% of the fans said that the team should fit. Those who disagreed also had a strong reaction to the possibility of the Eagles.
However, before responding to these reactions, some of the players in the Eagles Super Bowl team had to talk about a possible visit to the White House.
Malcolm Jenkins on a possible visit
"I do not want to take anyone's experience or make it a big distraction – it's a festive event – I want the people who have chosen to enjoy it – there are many veterans who attend." that's our fans who want to enjoy it. mich personally, because it's not a meeting or sitting down or something, i'm just not interested in the photo op. So I do not opt for the photo op. For the past two years, I've met with Republican and Democratic delegates. Anyway – if you want to meet, talk about our communities, change our countries, I'm in favor. This is not. I will refuse the photo session, "- Safety Malcolm Jenkins for NJ Advance Media in February
Chris Long does not sound very interested
"No. I'm not going to the White House, are you kidding me?" Defensive ending Chris Long on Pardon My Take Podcast in February.
Long also said in the Washington Post: "[When] My son is growing up, and I believe the legacy of our president will be the way it is, I do not want him saying," Hey dad, why did you go [to the White House] when you knew the right thing? do not go? "
Torrey Smith probably will not go too
"For me, it's not just politics, if I told you that I was invited by a person to a party that I think is sexist, or has no respect for a woman, or I said You, this person has many insulting things for many minorities, and I do not feel well about it. This person also called my peers and my friends 'SOB', you would understand why I do not want to go to this party. Why is it Anyone else, if that person has the title of President of the United States, it's really that easy for me, I do not think it's something I'm personally interested in. It's just my personal opinion. "- broad receiver Torrey Smith, now with the Carolina Panthers, to CNN in February.