Yet there were almost as many headlines about her online spat with Trump after the President responded to to her assertion that she would not visit the White House if asked by instructing her to "never disrespect the flag".
What took place since the 34-year-old's comments saw Trump criticise the winger in a back-and-forth exchange, before extending an open invitation to the team, win or lose.
"I would say that your message is excluding people", Rapinoe explained.
Cooper of CNN of course pressed her to make more outlandish statements toward the president.
The PPP also stated that voters who were undecided between the two figures had voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, suggesting further room for improvement in favour of Rapinoe.
Cooper then asked if Rapinoe had a message for Trump. "You're excluding people of colour", she said looking straight at the camera. "I don't think anybody can deny the horrors of racism and Jim Crow and mass incarceration and what's happening on the southern border and gay right and women's rights".
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Carlos Cordeiro, the president of the US Soccer Federation, was in the middle of congratulating the team and boasting about how the country has invested more in women's soccer than any other nation. "He's gonna come here, and he's going to be like, 'Oh, I'm so proud of these women, they did so much, blah blah blah.' You publicly tell them that they're not worth more than the guys!" "You're excluding me, you're excluding people that look like me, you're excluding people of color, you're excluding Americans that maybe support you", said Rapinoe.
But after the shine wears off, Rapinoe will be just some woman in suburban America living the "I used to be" life, in my opinion. I think this team really understands, and is so prideful, that we do carry with us other people when we step out on the pitch.
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in the Oval Office at the White House July 9, 2019 in Washington.
The president championed some of his administration's accomplishments, such as low unemployment for minorities and the criminal justice reform bill he got passed, adding: "Other than the National Basketball Association ... leagues and teams love coming to the White House".
Wednesday was a great day for the US women's national team. "We'll look at that".
"So yes to AOC, yes to Nancy Pelosi, yes to the bipartisan Congress, yes to Chuck Schumer - yes to anyone else that wants to invite us and have a real substantive conversation, and that believes in the same things that we believe in".