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President Obama Honors Cubs: 'Special' Championship Rewarded Fans' Loyalty

(CBS) Just days before he leaves office, President Barack Obama welcomed the Cubs at the White House on Monday to honor them breaking a 108-year championship drought. 518 more words

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Obama Celebrates World Series Champion Chicago Cubs

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is celebrating the World Series champion Chicago Cubs before he leaves office.

On what usually is a sleepy federal holiday at the White House, Cubs players filed into the White House East Room on Martin Luther King Day for Obama’s final ceremony for a championship sports team. 107 more words

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Obama celebrates World Series champion Chicago Cubs

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is celebrating the World Series champion Chicago Cubs before he leaves office.

On what usually is a sleepy federal holiday at the White House, Cubs players filed into the White House East Room on Martin Luther King Day for Obama’s final ceremony for a championship sports team. 79 more words

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Watch Live: Chicago Cubs visit the White House, meet with President Obama

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WASHINGTON – The World Series champion Chicago Cubs will visit the White House on Monday, meeting with President Barack Obama. – – Scheduled for 12:05 p.m.

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Obama 'pardoned' for White Sox fandom during Cubs' visit

With just days left in Barack Obama’s presidency, the Chicago Cubs were invited to visit the White House to celebrate the team winning the World Series. 463 more words

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Audio and Photos: Cubs visit White House

At one of his final events while in office, President Barack Obama welcomes the 2016 World Champion Chicago Cubs to the White House. Check back throughout the day as we add more photos. 109 more words

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An Inside Look At Cubs' Visit With Obama At The White House

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Cubs World Series celebration train has not come to an end yet.

The Chicago Cubs made a visit Monday to the White House to be honored by President Barack Obama for their World Series Champions title, before he leaves office. 1,246 more words

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