A Chicago Cubs outfielder flipped the bird while posing with President Donald Trump during an Oval Office meet-and-greet with the World Series champions on Wednesday.
Albert Almora, Jr, the Cubs center fielder, extended his middle finger while standing just a few feet from Trump as the president sat down at the Resolute Desk.
Almora has his hands in his pocket, but the left middle finger is clearly extended.
Before arriving at the White House, Almora told the Sun Times he was looking forward to meeting Trump.
‘I just look at it as it’s not every day you get to meet the President of the United States,’ he said.
‘And in a year I get to meet two.’
Trump welcomed the manager and several players from the Cubs to the White House.
The president met with manager Joe Maddon and some Cubs on Wednesday, and he calls the Cubs a ‘great team’.