Donald Trump Takes Credit For Boston Red Sox Win Streak After They Visited White House (TWEET)

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Last Thursday, members of the 2018 World Series Boston Red Sox descended upon the White House to visit President Donald Trump, albeit without several players that included Mookie Betts, David Price, and even manager Alex Cora.

Despite the many absent players, Donald trump still welcomes all the players who showed up to mark their 2018 World Series Championship.

Since that visit, the Red Sox have went on to sweep the Seattle Mariners in a 3-game series, and apprently, it’s because of Trump.

The President took to Twitter on Monday and took full credit for the Red Sox winning streak after they visited with him.

“Has anyone noticed that all the Boston @RedSox have done is WIN since coming to the White House! Others also have done very well. The White House visit is becoming the opposite of being on the cover of Sports Illustrated! By the way, the Boston players were GREAT guys!”

Also, you can see he somehow took a shot at Sports Illustrated and their dreaded curse of having teams on the cover. That would exclude the 2014 cover of SI that predicted the Astros would win the World Series in 2017, which is exactly what they did.

It should be noted that the Red Sox had won 2-straight and 8 out of the last 10 before entering the White House.