Racial divides on display as Red Sox players Tapper: This clue shows 2 days ago   06:28

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Longstanding U.S. tradition sees champions in many sports visit the White House as a celebratory honor. But in this bitterly polarized era, meeting the president is no longer a routine practice. Many star athletes have opted out of the experience based on their political and philosophical perspectives. Yamiche Alcindor talks to Kevin Blackistone of The Washington Post and ESPN about the divide.

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Tapper: This clue shows Racial divides on display as Red Sox players 2 days ago   09:42

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CNN's Jake Tapper says a sign on President Trump's podium suggests that Trump's Rose Garden remarks were not as impromptu as the White House led on.

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