WATCH: Trump says Cubs will start to do great after White House visit


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The Chicago Cubs visited the White House for the second time since they won their first World Series in over 108 years last season.

There was no press allowed to cover the event as some of the Cubs players met President Trump for the first time. The Cubs gave the President a Cubs jersey No. 45 with his name on it.

"Congratulations to everybody," President Trump said. "That's [title] fantastic. It's a great achievement and your team is doing OK but your going to do great starting now and starting with this visit. Does anyone want to see the Oval Office? We will leave them [media] behind."




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