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Trump Should Invite Aubrey Huff to White House During Giants' World Series Reunion

San Francisco Giants first baseman Aubrey Huff, center, watches as the Giants play the Milwaukee Brewers during a baseball game in San Francisco, Friday, May 4, 2012. Huff is encouraged by his progress dealing with anxiety disorder, and believes he will be ready to return to the field for the Giants on Monday when eligible to come off the disabled list. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

You may have heard that former Major League Baseball player Aubrey Huff has been disinvited from the San Francisco Giants’ World Series Championship 10th anniversary bash on August 26.

President Trump should invite him to the White House on that day instead.

Huff was disinvited from the baseball bash because he’s a Trump supporter, conservative, and Christian player who makes coarse, sometimes funny jokes on Twitter and in his podcast. The Giants’ brass doesn’t like his right-leaning politics, his controversial tweets, and politically incorrect views on men and women in sport. He likes girls, guns, God, and his kids.

In this atmosphere of political correctness, Aubrey Huff is a blast of fresh, frozen air. People just don’t know what to do with the guy. He says what’s on his mind, such as he doesn’t want women coaches in men’s sports and vice versa because “I have enough trouble with women as it is.”

The man who played first base, who played alongside star Buster Posey, had the most plate appearances, the best batting average and slugging percentage on that 2010 World Series team. Sure, let’s not let the one who did more than most anyone else to get you to the World Series darken the door of the reunion. Heaven forbid.

Undoubtedly, the gathering could – and probably will – include Giants CEO and wife-attacker Larry Baer.

In fact, it was Baer who called Huff to tell him he was banished from the reunion:

“Three weeks ago I had a call from Larry Baer, CEO of the San Francisco Giants. He took me by surprise when he told me I was unanimously voted against attending the 2010 Giants World Series Championship reunion.

“When I asked why I wasn’t invited he told (me) that the board didn’t approve of my Twitter posts and political support of Donald Trump.”

In the interview below, on the Bay Area station 95.7 The Game’s program called “Joe, Lo and Dibs,” presumably grown men asked the retired player about the following tweet, since deleted, which talked about “kidnapping” Iranian women to get them out of the tyrannical country.

There were claims that he was teaching his children how to shoot Bernie Sanders. He seemed to be channeling the saying that you vote socialism in and have to shoot your way out.

They apparently don’t know what a target is. Nice shooting, kids.

Huff calls himself a Texas conservative. It’s possible that the same people who embraced Colin Kaepernick as a hero might not like Huff.

The radio station pretended in a tweet that Huff “buried himself” in the interview. No, one of the interviewers got triggered when Huff failed to apologize and rehabilitate himself in the eyes of the hosts, and hung up on him. They probably planned it.

As Huff told the triggered hosts, “You guys had me on. This is how I joke. If you don’t like it you don’t have to interview me. If you don’t like my Twitter, don’t follow me. If you don’t want to interview me don’t call me. That’s kinda how I am, brotha.”

After some gratuitous insults from the host, he stated: “You seem like you don’t have remorse for any of it…” He kept screeching at Huff, who then calmly replied, “You sound upset, my friend.”

Host: “Absolutely! It’s extraordinarily offensive listening to you!”

Huff: “Well I’m not one bit sad that you’re offended about that. I’m sorry about that, pal, I can’t do nothing about that.”

Host: “I completely understand why the Giants want nothing to do with you.”

After more screaming, the Nancy Boy instructed his assistant to hang up on him.

Trump needs to give this guy a call. We’ll bet it goes better than this one.