When Canada's hockey team beat the U.S. in the Winter Olympics, they won the right to gloat. Apparently, they also won the right to see our White House press secretary in a Canadian hockey jersey.
In the run up
to the big game, there was "a crucial bet between White House Press
Secretary Robert Gibbs and the Dmitri Soudas the spokesperson for
Canada's Prime Minister," reports the Washington Examiner. "As part of the bet the
losing country's spokesperson would be forced to wear a jersey from the
other country at a press briefing." Who said Canadians were too modest to win?
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