Cubs set to make second White House visit

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The World Series trophy is making the rounds on Capitol Hill and the Cubs aren’t far behind it.

Joe Maddon and company are scheduled to visit the White House Wednesday for the second time this year.

Reports indicate they will spend some time with Pres. Trump.

It’s not mandatory for players to attend and it’s not considered a formal occasion like the first time.

Maddon says he’s going to make the trip out of respect to the Office and the Ricketts family, who organized the impromptu get-together.