Political football: For some, Super Bowl reflects U.S. divide


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Trump 'do achieving partial liftoff in pic 2! I would be mighty unhappy if I was a Patriots fan, that's for sure.

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This just makes me hate the cheating Patriots that much more !

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Dissention-baiting "news". Go Pats!

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Brady is da' man! Go Patriots!

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That's sure more than Trump can say !

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Falcons, please beat Darth Patriots and send the Death Starinto oblivion!

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As president, Trump drew on his sports connections when he tapped New York Jets owner Woody Johnson as the next U.S. ambassador to Britain.

So what? Dan Rooney left the Steelers in 2009 to become Obama's ambassador to Ireland.

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