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Stephen Strasburg of the Washington Nationals denies Trump in the White House



World Series MVP shooter Stephen Strasburg will not stand the "false news" of the Internet.

This was the hashtag he used to show a video of him and the Washington Nationals celebrating their victory in the White House with the President Trump.

Strasburg had been accused of snooping Trump in a deceptively pruned viral video, USA TODAY reported. The 31-year-old right-hander tweeted the full video shaking hands with the president.

Strasburg In the MLB postseason, the Nationals went 5-0 in the lead when they won their first World Cup on Monday in the franchise history.

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President Trump and the Washington Nationals start Monday with pitcher Stephen Strasburg. First Lady Melania Trump is nearby. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky)

Strasburg has terminated the last four years of his contract and made him a freelance agent. The decision meant he left $ 1

00 million on the table – with the prospect of earning more, either from the Nationals or from another team.

The Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in seven games and won the World Series last Wednesday

They were the first World Series winner to land all four victories on the road.

  The Washington Nationals began throwing Stephen Strasburg against the Houston Astros during Game 6's first innings on October 29 in Houston. (AP Photo / Mike Ehrmann, Pool)

Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg and throwing Houston Astros in Houston on October 29 during the first innings of Game 6. (AP Photo / Mike Ehrmann, Pool)

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The Nationals were on their hurricane victory tour across DC.

The team marched along Constitution Avenue on Saturday and celebrated hockey in Washington Capitals game on Sunday night.

Frank Miles is a reporter and editor for FoxNews.com, which deals with geopolitics, military, crime, technology, and sports. His e-mail is [email protected]


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