Tom Brady is back and it looks like things should be back in the right direction for the New England Patriots. Let the press conferences start back up again!
Questions about the team, their next opponent, the future and of course, what does Brady think of his “good friend” Donald Trump and his “locker room talk” that has been dominating the news since recordings of the presidential candidate saying some lewd and horrible things about women surfaced. Trump’s numbers have taken a nosedive, Republican leaders are walking out the backdoor in hopes of saving their party and it’s just general chaos all around. Football can be gross, but politics can be even more disgusting. Surely Brady, who is a father, has something to say about Trump claiming that saying he can grab women by their private parts is something all dudes talk about in locker rooms. Of course the league’s premiere quarterback would want to talk about that. Right?
Nope. Not at all.
— Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) October 12, 2016
As WBZ-TV producer Joe Giza pointed out, when one reporter asked Brady his thoughts on the matter, the quarterback politely smiled, thanked the press and walked away without a comment. That’s it. Press conference is over. Tom Brady has no thoughts on how he’d respond if his kids heard some of the locker room talk that somebody he considers a pal seems to enjoy partaking in.