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Right-wing news site Breitbart had a meltdown after Tom Brady mocked ex-BFF Donald Trump

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Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates visited the White House on Tuesday for an honourary Super Bowl champions ceremony hosted by President Joe Biden.

The 43-year-old quarterback took to the stage with a refined dig in direction of Donald Trump, which Biden and the group discovered hilarious. Brady mentioned, “Not a lot of people think that we could’ve won [the Super Bowl]. In fact, I think about 40 per cent of the people still don’t think we won. You understand that, Mr President?”, to which Biden laughed and agreed, “I understand that.”

While Twitter discovered the soccer star’s jokes hilarious, with one person tweeting, ‘this is what I needed today’ – others made it clear that they weren’t in any respect amused by the feedback. Brady’s jokes appeared to set off the right-wing news site, Breitbart, who clearly felt personally harm by the remarks in opposition to the previous President.

This prompted a number of headlines to insinuate that the quarterback was a traitor with not one, not two, however three ‘backstabbing-Brady’ headlines.

One dramatically learn: ‘Five times Tom Brady called Trump a friend before stabbing him and his supporters in the back’.

A second learn: ‘Tom Brady teams up with Joe Biden to mock Trump supporters’.

‘Trump defended Tom Brady during deflategate scandal’, a third mentioned.

Breitbart felt betrayed by Brady’s feedback which compelled their senior editor, Joel Pollak, to tweet about Brady’s ‘disgusting’ sense of humour. In ‘one of the funniest thing[s] you’ll learn at the moment’, Pollak tweeted:

‘Whatever you think of Trump, watching Tom Brady stab him in the back is disgusting. The mark of a true tragic hero is that even his friends betray him. The man has sacrificed more for this country than Tom Brady — or Joe Biden, for that matter — ever will.’

Meanwhile, Twitter broke out into a frenzy concerning the one-sided feud.

Hopefully, time will heal all.

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