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Biden hosting Kansas City Chiefs, minus Taylor Swift, to celebrate Super Bowl win

President Biden welcomes Kansas City Chiefs to White House to celebrate Super Bowl win, but Taylor Swift's absence disappoints fans.

President Joe Biden is hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at the White House to celebrate their recent Super Bowl victory. The entire team, including tight end Travis Kelce's girlfriend, singer Taylor Swift, was expected to attend the event on the South Lawn. This marks the Chiefs' third Super Bowl win in five years, with their most recent victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas.

The tradition of inviting major championship sports teams to the White House dates back for years, honoring both professional and collegiate teams. In 2023, the Chiefs defeated first lady Jill Biden's favorite team, the Philadelphia Eagles, to secure their victory.

The team took to social media to announce their celebration of back-to-back championship seasons and Super Bowl LVIII victory at the White House. Kicker Harrison Butker, known for his recent commencement speech criticizing some of Biden's policies, was also expected to join his teammates.

During his speech at Benedictine College, Butker expressed his beliefs on various issues, including Biden's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and abortion rights. Despite the controversy surrounding his comments, Butker stood by his words and had no regrets.

Swift's absence from the event due to her Eras tour schedule was a disappointment for many at the White House. Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre fielded questions about Swift's attendance, noting the high level of interest surrounding the singer's possible appearance.

While Swift was unable to attend the White House celebration, the event was a momentous occasion for the Kansas City Chiefs and their fans. The team's success on the field and their visit to the White House highlighted their achievements and contributions to the world of sports.

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