Boston Columnist: Tom Brady Should Run Against Elizabeth Warren For Senate In 2018

After winning five Super Bowl rings, what will Tom Brady do next?

One Boston-area columnist thinks he should turn his attention to politics.

Here’s Tom Brady’s locker with a “Make America Great Again” hat in it:

Tom Brady is a noted Trump supporter.

If he wants to get directly into politics, there’s one particular race he should run, says a columnist.

Peter Lucas of the Lowell Sun writes:

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“Forget Curt Schilling. It’s Tom Brady who should be running for the U.S. Senate.

His campaign slogan will be, “Let’s go!”

After all, if the famous quarterback of the New England Patriots is going to get grief for being President Donald Trump’s friend, or for a visit to the White House, then he should at least make the most of it.

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Brady should challenge hard left Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is running for re-election in 2018, defeat her, and get to Washington. After 17 years of playing for the Patriots and accumulating five Super Bowl rings, he may be looking for a change. It is assumed Brady votes Republican.”

What do you think?

Should Tom Brady run against Elizabeth Warren?

Breitbart notes there’s a complication: 

“Brady has stated that he wants to play football until his mid-40’s. Currently, Brady is 39 years old. Needless to say, that commitment would take Brady out of the running for a 2018 Senate run, unless Brady actually tries to contend for the Senate seat while still actively playing football.

Which, might just make the 2018 Massachusetts Senate race the greatest thing ever.”

Tom Brady has won a lot of games no one thought he would win. Would he win a Senate race? Would he beat Elizabeth Warren in 2018?

Tell us in the comments below!


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