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The most prominent British cheerleaders may get some extra exposure in the Olympic Games.

A video published in November of last year showed several British cheerleaders posing for photographs in a hotel lobby with one of the organizers, who said this would be his first interview with UK media. The London-based website The Sun Online reported:

Kerry and Tom Wootton posed for photos with Olympic Director of Communications, Tim Jansen in the lobby of the Soho Hyatt in London

The Sun has posted a video of the interview but it is unclear how Jansen responded when the pair were quizzed about whether they were sponsored by any company. The website says Jansen stated that the Woottons are looking for "a sponsor that would create a brand that could become a global brand."

British cheerleaders at the 2000 London games. (Getty)

The Guardian also had some issues with the Woottons, which was the first time I saw them wearing their name tag. The report about the video was taken down and only the two London sports media organizations that posted the story later posted an update.

Jansen's response to questions by local and national newspapers about sponsorship concerns is to say that these events are all the result of a sponsorship process.

At the 2010 London Summer Olympics, for instance, the Woottons were sponsored by Nike, the US's largest shoe-maker, while at the 2008 Toronto Games, the two Woottons wore Nike's logo on their uniforms.

According to Reuters, a senior Australian media spokesman also said this will be the first interview they will get with athletes from the USA, saying the Woottons, who would not be interviewed by other media outlets, were "going to give this interview to everyone from all over the world and to different countries."

I didn't try to find out whether the Woottons were going to interview these athletes personally, but I also did not see anything in this article to indicate that either is in the works.

I will report more on this when I hear more about it.

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Trump continued in his interview with Conway that he is "very good friends" with "President-elect Donald Trump," which is why, he said, when the time came to call for his resignation, he was "tough enough to make a decision like this."

As Conway responded, he did indeed say that Trump was going to be President, but he was "not going to win."

Trump responded:

They're going to win, OK? And they are going to win. But you know you're not going to win. But I will tell you this. That's not tough. And that's not an easy choice to make. But you know what? We're very good friends with President-elect Trump and he was very, very nice. He's a very successful person, tremendous person. He has a wonderful family, he has great stamina, is not weak.

It seemed as if he knew that he was going to face a major challenge in order to defeat Hillary Clinton in the upcoming general election. Now, with only four weeks until Election Day, there is no chance that the Trump administration can stop Clinton with their unprecedented lack of integrity.

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