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“I think no one should call anyone anything. President Trump, he’s a great man, to me. He was always gracious to me. I really love him, his family. I was on his show. He’s always been kind to me… I’ve known him quite well and every time I’ve seen him and been around him he’s always been so gracious with me and I’m always grateful for that.”

— Darryl Strawberry

Former New York Mets Outfielder Darryl Strawberry has some news for the Trump haters out there… they are all wrong about President Trump.

In an interview on Fox News, Strawberry called the President a great and gracious man. He told Stuart Varney on Fox Business News that he knows the President quite well and that he loves the Trump family. He also said that they’ve never seen them be anything but kind and gracious to the people around them.

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This will come as a shock to the anti-Trump clique… but not to the people who have been paying attention.

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Strawberry was on Fox News’ Fox & Friends a day earlier discussing the opioid crisis in America.

And you can see some of his best moments in baseball in the video below:

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Lars Lamonte

Libertarian, pissed off at big government and today's party politics in general.


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