Star football Megan Rapinoe urged President Donald Trump “to make it better for everyone,” the news her make America Great Again for criticism “with the exception of persons”, as she spoke with his team record win a-day interview in 2019 Women’s world Cup. “Your message has no people. You’re not me, people are not that look like me, you black people no, it is not, you know, Americans who could argue” Rapinoe, who is gay, CNN , Anderson Cooper said in an interview Tuesday night when asked about their message to the president. “You are referring to a time which is not great for everyone. It might for a few people were great, and maybe America is great for some people right now, but it’s not good enough for the Americans in this world” ” I think we have a responsibility to each and every one of us. you have an incredible responsibility, you know, the head of this country to take care of every single person, and you must do all the best, “he added. Rapinoe, the co-captain of the team, he scored six goals in the tournament this year, as they lead the team to its second consecutive title World helped. She raised an international stage for their athletic performance on the field and their candid comments on political and social issues in the IT field, winning by calls for his political and FIFA under-investment in women’s football. It took a bit ‘of play in protest against social injustice during the national anthem in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick, sparks. Rapinoe said Rachel Maddow of MSNBC on Tuesday that wants to “leverage right now,” fighting for the football work for social issues. “I take very seriously the platform we have and figure out where my vote goes, if I say things,” said Maddow. “I feel a responsibility to do so. Preference should be given a famous person, and to be in this team and be who I am, and if I just remain silent, seems terribly selfish.” The national team members of Women of the United States have filed a discrimination lawsuit against the federal general Football Association United States in March to fight for equal pay relevant are paid a fraction of what makes male soccer players, despite their superior performance after. Trump criticized Rapinoe in a series of tweets last month after a video emerged in which he said he would not go to the White House after the World Cup. Rapinoe apologized to curse in the video, but said he stands by his comments and has no plans to visit 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. “I do not think anyone has any interest in the team, loan platform that we have worked so hard to build, and the things we are fighting for, and the way we live our lives,” Rapinoe told CNN on Tuesday. “I do not think we want co-opted by the government or be damaged.” She said that she and the other players – the invitations get Congress by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and New York Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez visit -. They are still interested in going to Washington, in another function. “Yes to AOC, yes to Nancy Pelosi, also on the bipartisan congressional even Chuck Schumer,” said Rapinoe. “Yes to all others who want to invite, and a real substantive conversation, and who believe in the same things we believe in.” The national team of US women with a ticker-tape parade through New York City Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday morning celebrated.