President Donald Trump gave the Presidential Medal of Freedom to baseball Hall of Famer and New Rochelle resident Mariano Rivera. "Few moments in live sports were more enjoyable than Metallica's Enter Sandman playing as Mariano Rivera came out from bullpen with 50,000 fans on their feet", journalist Chuck Modi.
Rivera serves as co-chair of the Presidents' Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition and is the sixth athlete Trump has awarded the Medal of Freedom to.
There is no doubt that Rivera will not only go down as one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history but with all of his humanitarian work he will go down as one of the greatest people as well. He now serves as co-chair of the President's Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition, and has served on the Opioid Drug Abuse Commission.
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"Mr. President Trump to me, he was a friend of mine before he became president", Rivera said in an interview on Fox News in July. He is the first player in the history of the sport to be elected unanimously into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Trump congratulated Rivera, a native of Panama who became a naturalized USA citizen in 2015, when he was selected into the Hall of Fame.
President Trump may have his faults, but when it comes to trolling he reigns supreme. "I respect what he does and I believe he's doing the best for the United States of America". Slugger Babe Ruth was among the president's first batch of announced honorees, alongside the legendary singer and actor Elvis Presley, former Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah, and former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.