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Caitlin Clark Speaks Out on Angel Reese Controversy, Calls for Exclusive LSU White House Visit
2024/04/11

Caitlin Clark, a talented basketball player, recently spoke out about the controversy surrounding Angel Reese and expressed her belief that only the LSU Tigers women's basketball team should be invited to the White House. In an interview with Sportscenter, Clark addressed the issue and shared her thoughts on the matter.

The controversy revolves around Angel Reese, who played for LSU before transferring to Maryland. Typically, it is customary for sports teams who win championships to be invited to visit the White House and meet the President. However, in this case, Reese was transferred to Maryland before LSU had the chance to visit the White House. As a result, some have questioned whether Reese should have the opportunity to visit the White House with the LSU team, despite no longer being a part of it.

Caitlin Clark, a standout player for the University of Iowa, voiced her opinion on the matter. She argued that only the LSU Tigers women's basketball team, who won the NCAA Championship, should have the privilege of going to the White House. She expressed her belief that Reese, having transferred to Maryland, should not be included in the visit.

Clark's stance stems from her opinion that only those who were directly involved in the team's success should be rewarded with the opportunity to visit the White House. In her view, being part of a championship-winning team is a unique and exclusive accomplishment that is not transferrable. She emphasized that the visit to the White House is a special recognition for the LSU team and that Reese, as a member of Maryland's team, should not take part in it.

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