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It's likely that at least some of the Patriots will visit the White House, although Trump hasn't officially invited them yet.

According to TMZ Sports, Patriots' safety Duron Harmon, who stepped in to play after starter Patrick Chung left Sunday's game with an injury, has no intention of visiting the White House.

Harmon said he would rather visit former President Barack Obama, much like the Golden State Warriors did in their recent championship visit to the nation's capital. We became more divided than ever, with Obama fueling the racial fire by inviting the racist, domestic terrorist group Black Lives Matter to the White House so he could be buddy-buddy with them.

"Hey, Obama, come holler at me, man", Harmon said.

The Patriots aren't the only New England team set to visit the White House in the near future. And when the man invites you to the White House to celebrate YOUR achievements, just go. In addition, quarterback Tom Brady has been a golfing partner of Trump's and a "Make America Great Again" hat was spotted in his locker in 2015.

TMZ Sports caught up with Harmon as he was leaving Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta after the Patriots beat the Rams for their third Super Bowl title in five years.

He was also golfing partners with Brady prior to becoming president. Other members of that team, though, said they were skipping it for political reasons, including Devin McCourty, who said at the time, "I don't feel accepted in the White House".

It is an honor to be invited to the White House.