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Outkick founder Clay Travis argued Tuesday the White House “must make a choice” on transgender athletes as the controversy surrounding fairness in women’s sports continues. On “America’s Newsroom,” Travis called out the White House’s “cowardice” for deferring to the NCAA and refusing to take a stance on the matter.
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CLAY TRAVIS: They pretend that there’s no choice to be made. The reality, Bill and Dana, as you guys know, is you have to make a choice. You either believe that women should compete against women and men should… be against men, or you don’t. Let me point this out. The government has gotten involved in issues of fairness in sports before. They had congressional hearings over steroids in baseball because baseball players who were injecting themselves with steroids were bigger, stronger and faster than players who were not. Well, testosterone makes men bigger, stronger and faster than women, and Lia Thomas is 6’4″, way bigger than the average swimmer that the competition is going on in the NCAA. So the NCAA, which is basically bungled everything, the White House deferring to the NCAA is cowardice.
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