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Pelosi, Lee invite, Golden State Warriors, Capitol Hill, after Trump brushes from NBA champions

Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Barbara Lee, invited the Golden State Warriors on Capitol Hill.

(Nancy Pelosi/Twitter)

Although Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry said before that he would not be interested in a trip to the White house, two California legislators extended an invitation to the Capitol Hill, after his team scored another NBA championship title.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Barbara Lee, both Democrats, as representatives of the West Coast state, sent the invitation to the warriors and head coach Steve Kerr on Tuesday.

.@Warriors & @SteveKerr, you have once again dazzled by America with outstanding performance on the court & inspired leadership from the court. @RepBarbaraLee & I would be glad to welcome you to the Capitol! #DubNation #warrior parade https://t.co/CarFxbPoFB pic.twitter.com/BlfwGFkoD1

— Nancy Pelosi (@Nancy Pelosi) 12. June 2018

The democratic legislators congratulated you on your “triumphant” back-to-back victory to win the 2018 NBA championship!”

To read “the third title in the last four years, the Golden State Warriors have once again dazzled America with her outstanding performance on the court and inspired guidance from the court,” the letter. “You always make the Bay Area, and in fact, the country is deeply proud of.”

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Pelosi and Lee also wrote that you should be delighted “” to have a visit to the warriors “to the public as a team or personally, as a family,” Capitol Hill. “Please consider this as an invitation for a ceiling, if their individual schedules allow.”

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It is unclear whether the team will take you on your offer, which came days after Curry agreed with his opponent, LeBron James, on the non-acceptance of an invitation to the White house after the NBA finals.

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According to the comments, Trump on Friday said it was not an invitation.

“I didn’t invite LeBron James, and I didn’t want to Steph Curry shop. We are not going to download, either the team,” Trump said, hours before the Friday-game 4, as the warriors defeated the Cavaliers, 108-85, in return, the Teams in the finals and win their third NBA championship in four years.

Trump and the White house previously canceled their ceremony, the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory celebrations rejected to many players to show themselves.

“The Philadelphia Eagles Football Team was invited to the White house. Unfortunately, only a small number of players decided to come, and we canceled the event. The stay in the locker room for the playing of our national anthem, how disrespectful to our country than kneeling. I’m sorry!” Trump tweeted at the 4. June.

Fox News’ Mike Emanuel, Kathleen Joyce, and Amy Held contributed to this report.

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