Along with their manager Alex Cora, the Boston Red Sox team has accepted the invitation to visit the esteemed White House to meet the President. Cora, who has mostly been critical of the commentary provided by, the President Donald Trump related to Puerto Rico, said that he will attend this visit.
Cora added that he is going to use this particular platform in the right way. He also said that he won’t be embarrassing anyone with any wrong acts during the visit. He mentioned that he is going to represent at least 4 million people back in home and he will do his best to represent them in the right way.
Sam Kennedy, the Red Sox President announced this visit on Monday during a screening of World Series Documentary by the team. He mentioned that the White House officials have extended an invitation for the entire team that has been accepted positively. However, no date has been scheduled as of now.
In the month of September, Cora expressed his frustrations against the commentary made by the U.S. president related to the overall death toll from Hurricane Maria last year in Puerto Rico. Cora defined the statement laid out by the President as a disrespectful one.