The Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros on Wednesday, October 30, to clinch their first ever World Series title.
After the game, a reporter was conducting live interviews with Nationals fans in Washington DC.
One fan wasn't shy about what the win meant to the city and President Donald Trump.
The explicit moment, which aired live on TV, quickly went viral on Twitter.
*Warning: video contains language some viewers may find offensive*
The fan immediately became a hero of Twitter.
Even people who weren't Nationals fans rallied behind this bold truth-teller.
Some people might look down on him for using such strong language on live TV, but others remember the President himself using similar profanities.
Most seemed to find the moment a funny one.
You know what they say: it's funny because it's true!
Meanwhile, Nationals fans as a whole were making a name for themselves once again by booing during a Trump campaign ad that aired during the game.
The Nationals have earned a bunch of new fans over the past week!
It's a good thing President Trump isn't a big fan of baseball—despite the deputy White House Press Secretary claiming otherwise.
His hometown Nationals don't seem to be a very big fan of him.
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