VIDEO: Rapinoe accepts Schumer’s invitation, doubles down on disdain for White House
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U.S. women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe accepted Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s invitation Monday to visit Capitol Hill, while reiterating her opposition to visit the White House.
Rapinoe said she was looking forward to discussing equal pay with Schumer during her visit. Rapinoe and the U.S. Women’s National Team won its second straight World Cup on Sunday defeating the Netherlands 2-0.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Thank you, Chuck Schumer, for inviting us out,” Rapinoe said. “We are very happy to accept your invitation to come.”
Rapinoe added that she still has no interest in visiting the White House, and said that she thinks “everybody is with me.”
What the #USWNT did was extraordinary, and they deserve to be compensated fairly.
All women need to be compensated fairly. Period.
And we ought to pay attention to this not just once every four years during the World Cup, but year-in and year-out. pic.twitter.com/gtWgiHS2PH
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) July 8, 2019
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