Patriots' Duron Harmon: I won't visit Donald Trump's White House

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Instead, Harmon said it "would be dope" to visit Obama if they were in Washington D.C. like the Golden State Warriors did last month.

As you know by now, the New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl when they defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 on Sunday. But several players, including Tom Brady, McCourty and Harmon, did not attend.

There is no set date or confirmed plans for a Patriots visit to the White House at this time.

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Harmon skipped the White House two years ago after the Patriots rallied to beat the Falcons, and when asked by Sports Illustrated on Thursday if he'd attend should the Patriots win, Harmon made it clear where he stands.

Devin's twin, Jason McCourty, a cornerback on the Patriots, also told the Associated Press that he would consider staying home if the Patriots visit Trump.

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If recent history is any indication, the three New England players will be joined by at least a few more team-mates in declining the trip, although not all necessarily for stated reasons related to Trump.

"People love to come to the White House", Trump told CBS News in an interview on Sunday. "They don't want me in the White House, man". Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been vocally supportive of Trump in the past, saying last week that the president was "working very hard to serve the best interests of the country".

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