Look how most smaller Trump’s revisit from a New England Patriots was than Obama’s

We all know how weird Donald Trump is about a size of his, um, crowds.

It was only 3 months ago that a throng for Trump’s coronation looked officious dinky in comparison to a masses who packaged a inhabitant mall for Barack Obama’s coronation in 2009. 

Now a New England Patriots are in a (White) residence adding insult to insult. 

Trump hyped his attribute with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and manager Bill Belichick during a presidential campaign. So, when a Patriots visited a White House this Wednesday to applaud their many new Super Bowl win this substantially stung Trump: Way, way fewer Pats showed adult than in 2015, when a group many recently won a Super Bowl and Obama was president. 

Al Drago of The New York Times got a shot that ideally captures a discrepancy. 

*Sad trombone noises*

More than dual dozen Pats players — including Brady, who cited “personal family matters,” and also didn’t attend in 2015 — skipped Wednesday’s White House revisit with Trump. 

Just 34 New England players attended a ceremony, according to The Boston Globe. They were: Jabaal Sheard, James Develin, Julian Edelman, Jimmy Garoppolo, David Andrews, Marcus Cannon, Cameron Fleming, Stephen Gostkowski, Rob Gronkowski, Jacoby Brissett, Sebastian Vollmer, Chris Hogan, Nate Ebner, Malcolm Mitchell, Matt Lengel, Nate Solder, Glenn Gronkowski, Darius Kilgo, Justin Coleman, Rob Ninkovich, Joe Cardona, Trey Flowers, Brandon King, Kyle Van Noy, Jordan Richards, Matthew Slater, Eric Rowe, Geneo Grissom, Elandon Roberts, D.J. Foster, Shea McClellin, Joe Thuney, Ted Karras, and Jonathan Jones.

After New England won a Super Bowl in February, a handful of Patriots players said they wouldn’t attend a White House rite due to Trump’s story of racism and sexism. NBA players have also pronounced they won’t attend, should their teams win championships while Trump is in office. 

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