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The average person has a love-hate relationship with politics, and what most never want is for politics to get mixed with their favorite sport. After all, sports is their escape for the constant bickering taking place in the political world.
Connor McDavid, arguably one of the best hockey players in the world, decided to dress up for Halloween with his girlfriend as President Donald Trump and his wife, Ivanka.
That one picture garnered a bunch of negative comments on social media , as many questioned McDavid’s choice to dress as the politician who has generated so much controversy.
Welp, Connor McDavid is cancelled https://t.co/oGtWFxtNm2
— Cassy | #TeamNXT (@nikkiscross) October 30, 2017
Never thought I’d see Connor McDavid dressed up as Donald Trump, but here we are… pic.twitter.com/tbaG1iYbMJ
— Cole Padawer (@HKY_Tweets) October 30, 2017
Just saw McDavid in the Trump costume…Connor, nooooo.
— Taylor Anderson (@SomeCallMeCoach) October 31, 2017
the only way this could get worse is if Donald Trump dresses up as Connor McDavid for Halloween
— Peter Chiarelli (@FakeOilersGM) October 30, 2017
fuck u connor mcdavid. i mean i don’t expect better from hockey players but like
— #JTBrown4Hart (@seyiflames93_12) October 30, 2017
Fuck Connor McDavid @EdmontonOilers
— TheBOOfLodge (@brodeep) October 30, 2017
This is just pure stupity on McDavid’s part. Get a clue kid. https://t.co/lWLJIuZaMj
— Matthew Lyle (@MLyle459) October 30, 2017
NHL: We want to keep politics out of the game
McDavid: Hold my beer https://t.co/B2Z4QuEBdb
— snizzbone (@YaHosers) October 30, 2017
Larsson: Someone took a photo of me taking a shit, lets see you do something more embarassing
McDavid: hold my beer
— drew ghoulak (@HellblazerVice) October 30, 2017
It appears Connor McDavid misinterpreted the Oilers’ need for offensive right wingers pic.twitter.com/ogAn8x1mNf
— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) October 30, 2017