Penguins celebrate Stanley Cup win at White House

A White House official denied the report.

During the meeting, Trump praised Penguin Captain and playoff MVP Sidney Crosby, along with a few others by name.

While numerous president's critics often call for his removal via congressional impeachment, Bannon's alleged "30 percent" survival rate for Trump was a reference to his own administration ousting him under the 25th Amendment - which allows for members of the cabinet to vote on dethroning a sitting president.

While NBC News reported Trump wanted to increase the nation's nuclear arsenal by tenfold, Sherman writes that there's already concerns over the president's stance on America's current ICBMs.

When asked about any political connection regarding the decision to accept the invitation, Crosby was quoted before the visit saying, "From my side of things, there's absolutely no politics involved".

Meyers took a closer look at the accusations of sexual harassment against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and President Trump, and their bullying of women who came forward with the allegations. At similar events in the past, teams have traditionally given the president a custom jersey for a photo op, which did not happen this time. "Hopefully it stays that way". The Penguins visited Barack Obama after winning in '08-09 and '15-16, as well as with George H.W. Bush in the early 1990s.

Trump tweeted afterward that he asked Pence to leave the stadium if people protested, leading members of the 49ers to accuse Pence of a PR stunt. "It's a visit we've done in the past".

Mayor Bill Peduto said September 27 he would be skipping the visit with the team because of recent tweets by President Donald Trump. It's been a good experience. Like most teams in the whitest major professional sport in the U.S., the Penguins are not ethnically diverse-but of the team's 24 players, only nine were born in the United States.

The Trump administration's feud with the NFL escalated even further on Sunday when Vice President Mike Pence left a game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers after some players knelt during the playing of the National Anthem. "Because that's what's happening, that's why it's so hard to renegotiate these trade deals".

It is well known that Penguins co-owner Ron Burkle is a Democrat, as is team president David Morehouse, who worked on the campaigns of Bill Clinton, John Kerry and Al Gore. "And we will be there for you in this time of bad tragedy and need". "Oh, I would love to get him, to have Ron Burkle".