"Need some help?" the Patriots' famously lighthearted tight end asked.
The president has a close friendship both team owner Robert Kraft and Belichick, referencing a letter of encouragement the coach wrote him before a crucial primary contest a year ago.
Trump recognized several Patriots players for their efforts during the 25-point comeback, including Danny Amendola, Malcolm Mitchell, Julian Edelman and Nate Ebner.
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The president borrowed a line from Patriots' head coach Bill Belichick to compare the heavy lifting he's trying to do as president to that of winning a Super Bowl.
Just as a refresher, the Patriots' Super Bowl win was the only game all season where Brady's mom, Galynn, was able to attend. They are the Hernandez death of apparent suicide and the Patriots' visit to the White House.
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Several players, including tight end Martellus Bennet, safety Devin McCourty, linebacker Dont'a Hightower, running back LeGarrette Blount, defensive tackle Alan Branch, and defensive end Chris Long, all said they didn't feel comfortable visiting the White House because of Trump's polarizing policies, which is why they chose to skip the visit.
Trump regularly mentioned Brady during the presidential campaign, even telling reporters from The Washington Post in March 2016 that Brady "loves me". "I'll see you in a minute", Spicer said.
Here's Belichick and his girlfriend, Linda Holliday, posing in the oval office with Trump.
The White House is aware of "potential negative impacts" from a review ordered by Trump of whether lifting sanctions through the Iran nuclear deal was in US national security interests, his spokesman says.
ESPN's longest-tenured employee, Seton Hall graduate Bob Ley, expressed his surprise that the Patriots were still visiting the White House after the Hernandez news. "With the president having so many strong opinions and prejudices, I believe certain people might feel accepted there while others won't". "That game will last forever", he added.
The president also seemed to take particular delight in welcoming Kraft and Belichick, another friend, for his first championship salute.
"I think I got this, but thank you ... maybe", Spicer replied.