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Nancy Pelosi Invites NBA Champs To Visit Congress After Trump Canceled Their White House Visit

It’s not the White House, but the NBA’s Golden State Warriors may get a chance to visit the ‘people’s house’ – as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi poked at the Trump spat renewed her invitation for the team to tour Congress.

Pelosi tweeted that her invitation to the team ‘still stands’ Tuesday, after President Donald Trump over the weekend announced over the weekend that his own invitation had been revoked.

She wrote: ‘[email protected] & @warriors the offer still stands. #DubNation.’

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The then included a June letter inviting the team to Congress – under flexible terms.

‘In celebration of your victory, we would be delighted to welcome you publicly as a team or personally as families to the United States Capitol. Please consider this as a blanket invitation whenever your individual schedules allow,’ Pelosi wrote along with California Rep. Barbara Lee. The letter was addressed to Warriors coach Steve Kerr.

‘We look forward to honoring your championship in the heart of democracy,’ they wrote at the time.

The building is open to the public, and anyone can score a tour by asking their member of Congress. A White House tour is harder to get, but tickets can still be had by asking lawmakers’ offices for them.

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