Tom Brady isn’t the only future Hall of Fame quarterback to be linked to Donald Trump.
Peyton Manning was seen at the White House on Sunday and joined Trump at Trump National Golf Club in Virginia along with Tennessee senator Bob Corker, according to multiple reports collected by Rebecca Savransky of The Hill.
Manning had been rumored to potentially make a run at politics and has spoken at political conventions in the past, but claimed he had “no interest” in March. Manning has no record of supporting Trump’s political policies publicly.
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