It's official: Tom Brady and Donald Trump have had a 13-year bromance.
The two reportedly like to chat on the phone, judge pageants, and play golf — not that there is anything wrong with that.
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Their close ties were the subject of rampant social media speculation all Labor Day weekend.
On Saturday, Barstool Sports writer John Feitelberg snapped a picture of a red Trump "Make America Great Again" hat in Brady's locker and tweeted out the image.
Tom wants to make America great again. pic.twitter.com/gkUsB4OXe6— Feitelberg (@FeitsBarstool) September 5, 2015
On Tueday, Brady, who is married to retired super model Gisele Bundchen, confirmed the rumors: The Trump cap is, in fact, his.
“Honestly, he’s a good friend,” Brady said on “The Dennis & Callahan Morning Show.”
“He always gives me a call with different motivational speeches at different times,” Brady said.
“We’ve had a lot of time together on the golf course over the years,” he added. “He’s a hell of a lot of fun to play golf with.”
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The two met, he revealed, 13 years ago while judging a beauty pageant.
Brady was asked if he was endorsing Trump.
“I don’t know,” Brady said coyly.“Am I going to vote for him? That’s a good question.”
“He’s obviously appealing to a lot of people,” said Brady.
Tom Brady confirms @realDonaldTrump's "Make America Great America" hat was in his locker, says he's good friend & has done "amazing" things.— Michael McCann (@McCannSportsLaw) September 8, 2015
Trump has publicly praised Brady for years and has urged him to sue the NFL for defamation for its discredited Deflategate findings and a subsequent four-game suspension that a federal judge just tossed.
"He's a very honorable guy and an honest guy and a truly great athlete. He is really a very good friend of mine, and I just spoke to him a little while ago. He was so thrilled and so happy," Trump said last Thursday.
"I think what they've done is terrible, and he's been exonerated...I'm very happy for Tom."
John A. Oswald is editor-at-large at Metro and can be found on Twitter@nyc_oz.
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