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  • Royals barge into White House media briefing to present gifts

    Before President Obama honored the 2015 World Series champions, manager Ned Yost and players Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez interrupted press secretary Josh Earnest’s regular morning media briefing. Earnest, a KC native and Royals fan, was given a personalized jersey by Yost and other gifts from the players. White House video.

Royals barge into White House media briefing to present gifts

Before President Obama honored the 2015 World Series champions, manager Ned Yost and players Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez interrupted press secretary Josh Earnest’s regular morning media briefing. Earnest, a KC native and Royals fan, was given a personalized jersey by Yost and other gifts from the players. White House video.
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