Four-time Super Bowl champion quarterback reaffirms friendship with Republican frontrunner
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who has ever replied it would be great if Donald Trump were elected president, reaffirmed his friendship with the Republican campaigner on Tuesday.
Can I just stay out of this debate? Brady told WEEI-FM with a titter. Donald is a good friend of mine. I have known him for a long time. I reinforce all your best friend. That is what I have to say. Hes a good friend of mine. Hes always been so supportive of me for the last 15 times, since I judged a grace parade for him, which was one of the very first things that I did that thought was really cool. That came along with prevailing the Super Bowl. Hes ever invited me to play golf. Ive always enjoyed his company.
I support all my friends in everything they do. I think its pretty remarkable what hes reached in their own lives. Youre going from business, kind of an incredible business man and then a Tv star, and then get into politics. Its a pretty different occupation course. I think that is pretty remarkable.
Trump has not been bashful about his association with the four-time Super Bowl champion. In an interview with the Washington Post last Wednesday, the commanding Republican frontrunner attributed his notoriety in New England to his friendship with Brady.
In Massachusetts, Im at 48%. You know why? Tom Brady replied Trumps the greatest, Trump pronounced. He announces it to anyone who requests him. You know, its hard for a guy like him to say that. When youre a football musician, you dont want to be taking surfaces in safaruss and having the Hillary[ Clinton] parties now say youre not as good as Bart Starr. You understand. So Tom Brady is great.
In April, Brady notably bounced the Patriots visit with President Obama to commemorate the teams Super Bowl XLIX win, inspiring supposition about political tilts that hed formerly described as independent in a 2005 interview on 60 Minutes.
Trump will trade oral blows with eight challengers on Wednesday night in the fifth US presidential primary dispute at the Venetian in Las Vegas. Wolf Blitzer will moderate the phenomenon for host system CNN.
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