What Tom Brady Has Said About His Friendship With Donald Trump

Tom Brady's thinly-veiled swipe at Donald Trump's claims of fraud at the 2020 presidential election raised eyebrows on Tuesday—not least because the athlete and former president have long been known to be friends.

What Brady said on this

"We found our rhythm, we got on a roll. Not a lot of people think that we could've won,"

Brady added

 "I think about 40 percent of the people still don't think we won."

Tom Brady joked about people not believing the Bucs' victory

As Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brady, 43, and his teammates visited the White House following their Super Bowl win, the sportsman joked about people not believing the Bucs' victory, alluding to fraudulent claims President Joe Biden, 78, was not the legitimate winner over Trump, 75, last year.

Brady and Trump have been firm friends

However, it has been well-documented over the years that Brady and Trump have been firm friends since first meeting in 2001, when the real estate mogul asked the footballer to judge a Miss USA competition.

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