The Chicago Cubs have been celebrating their World Series win for the past few months and they may have completed their tour with a stop at the White House.
President Barack Obama welcomed the team to D.C. today. The President, a White Sox fan, had the team, coaches and front office staff filled the East Room. Obama noted how he’s not a true fan of the team but his wife is.
Obama took having the other Chicago team win a title while he was President in stride.
The President was presented with what he called the best swag yet. A 44 from the Wrigley Scoreboard, a life-long all access pass to the park and a 44 jersey that he said would be difficult to put on.