Donald Trump REALLY made the Nationals feel at home at the White House on Monday … having his band welcome the team with their favorite song, “Baby Shark!”
The Nats adopted the adorable tune throughout their World Series run (it all stemmed from Gerardo Parra‘s walk-up song) … and Trump made sure it was the first thing the team heard at their celebration ceremony.
Ya gotta hear the band play it … it’s an awesome rendition — and the Nats just had to dance along on the White House stairs!!
As for the rest of the party at 1600 Penn., it went smooth for POTUS … Nats catcher Kurt Suzuki said some words with a MAGA hat on — while jokes about Max Scherzer‘s arm and impeachment drew some big laughs.
Trump also bragged about the attendance for the celebration … calling the turnout record-setting.
Ryan Zimmerman then presented Trump with a No. 45 Nationals jersey … before Nats manager Dave Martinez and the President clowned the umps for their controversial base-running call in Game 6.
As for the Nats who DIDN’T make the trip … star third baseman Anthony Rendon was reportedly a no-show, along with studs Victor Robles, Sean Doolittle and a handful of others.
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