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Increasingly Irrelevant Trump Releases Statement on Cleveland Indians Name Change

Apparently there is only so much golf a person can play. Donald Trump was once heavily involved in his business, but that doesn’t seem to be the case any more. In fact, Trump seems to be terrified of appearing in public in New York, the center of his business empire.

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 23: U.S. President Donald Trump catches a baseball thrown by former New York Yankees Hall of Fame pitcher Mariano Rivera on the South Lawn of the White House on July 23, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump and Rivera met with youth baseball players to celebrate Opening Day of Major League Baseball. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)S

The former president was also banned from Twitter. So he really needs some activities to fill his days. So he puts out increasingly morose statements. Today, Trump slammed the Cleveland Indians for giving in to “cancel culture.”

The former president is specifically angry that someone who gave into cancel culture would run for public office. Indians part-owner Matt Dolan is running for senate. Trump said in a statement released last night:

“Anybody that changes the name of the once storied Cleveland Indians to the Cleveland Guardians should not be running for the United States Senate representing the Great People of Ohio. The Atlanta Braves didn’t change their name, and the Florida State Seminoles didn’t change their chant, but Cleveland has, and they were there first.”

Trump continued, “Despite this, a man named Matt Dolan, the son of the owner of the team, said he is against Cancel Culture. Do those two things really work together?”

You can read the full statement below:



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