President Obama Welcomes Chicago Cubs to White House

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WASHINGTON D.C.  --  It may have taken 108 years, but the Chicago Cubs finally made it to the White House.

President Obama welcomed the World Series champions, calling it a distinct honor that none of his predecessors ever had the chance to experience.

Despite the president's lifelong devotion to the Chicago White Sox, the Cubs organization presented the Obamas with a lifetime pass to Wrigley Field, a "W" flag signed by the team, and a jersey with his name and number 44 on it.

 

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