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‘A Man Of The People’: NASCAR Drivers Praise Trump After Daytona Appearance

February 17, 2020 5:25 PM ET NASCAR drivers who met President Donald Trump on Sunday at the Daytona 500 race expressed their admiration on Twitter. Clint Bowyer said he “had no idea what to expect” before meeting the president but was impressed. “The man walked in shook all our hands, too selfies, and whatever we…

NASCAR Drivers Praise Trump as ‘Man of the People’ After Daytona Visit

President Donald Trump’s attendance at the Daytona 500 on Sunday was a huge hit, both with the fans and the drivers. The president was overwhelmed with positive remarks from NASCAR supporters. Only left-wing haters spoke ill of the visit. Indeed, a list of drivers were thrilled with the president’s attendance on Sunday. Stewart-Haas Racing driver…

President Trump Takes A Lap In ‘Beast’ Limo At Daytona 500

February 16, 2020 2:39 PM ET President Donald Trump took a lap around the track ahead of Sunday’s Daytona 500 in Florida. With first lady Melania Trump aboard, the president rode his “beast” limousine around one of the world’s most storied race tracks. Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts first reported Saturday that Trump…

WATCH: NASCAR Fans Cheer Loudly as Air Force 1 Touches Down at Daytona

President Trump is set to deliver the “start your engines” command at the Daytona 500 on Sunday. Though, the crowd in attendance isn’t waiting for the start of the race to start getting loud. Air Force 1 made it’s dramatic flyover and landing at Daytona, to the trill of thousands who immediately began cheering loudly.…

Astros Fans Furious at Buffalo Wild Wings over ‘Cheating’ Tweet

Houston Astros fans were not very happy when Buffalo Wild Wings posted a snarky tweet about the Astros sign-stealing scandal. On Friday, the chicken franchise re-tweeted a post about a British soccer team being banned for two years after having been found cheating. “THAT’S how you punish a team that cheats,” the chain’s tweet read.…

‘Why Would I Not:’ Chiefs’ Bashaud Breeland Looking Forward To WH Visit After Super...

February 13, 2020 5:26 PM ET Kanas City Chiefs’ cornerback Bashaud Breeland said he can’t wait to visit the White House after the team’s Super Bowl LIV victory agains the San Francisco 49ers. “Why would I not [go], man?” the 28-year-old National Football League player told TMZ in a piece published Thursday. “It’s an experience…

Kobe and Gianna Bryant Laid to Rest at California Cemetery

NBA great Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were buried Friday in a private funeral at a California cemetery. The pair were buried at Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona Del Mar, just south of Los Angeles, CNN reported. The ceremony was not publicized, and the family did not release any details. Bryant and…

Dwyane Wade ‘Proud’ to Support Transgender Child, Become ‘Allies’ with LGBT Community

Former NBA star Dwyane Wade has announced his support for his son, who now claims to be a transgender girl. Wade’s 12-year-old son, Zion Malachi Airamis Wade, now wants to be called Zaya, the player told TV host Ellen DeGeneres this week. “Me and my wife, my wife Gabrielle Union…we are proud parents of a…

XFL Debut Draws Solid Ratings

The television ratings for the XFL’s opening weekend are in, and those numbers are likely to ensure the new league gets at least a few more weekends. According to the Hollywood Reporter: The four games — two on Fox, one on ABC and one on ESPN — averaged 3.12 million viewers and a 1.0 rating…

A.J. Hinch on Astros Cheating Scandal: I Should Have Ended It

Former Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch has admitted that the team’s sign-stealing scandal was “wrong,” but his admissions only went up to a point. During an interview with the MLB Network on Friday, Hinch admitted that the sign-stealing scheme was wrong. However, when responding to a question about the electronic devices, Hinch referred to the…

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