Will Pennsylvania Republicans Pay A Price for Eagles Snub?

Mayor Michael Nutter, accompanied by Pedro A. Ramos, Chairman, School Reform Commission, left, and state Sen. Anthony Williams D-Philadelphia, speaks during a news conference at Andrew Jackson Public School, Thursday, May 9, 2013, in Philadelphia. After days of protests and walkouts by city students concerned about budget cuts, local officials called for additional funds for the Philadelphia school district. The system is facing a $300 million deficit, which education advocates say will devastate classrooms.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Mayor Michael Nutter, accompanied by Pedro A. Ramos, Chairman, School Reform Commission, left, and state Sen. Anthony Williams D-Philadelphia, speaks during a news conference at Andrew Jackson Public School, Thursday, May 9, 2013, in Philadelphia. After days of protests and walkouts by city students concerned about budget cuts, local officials called for additional funds for the Philadelphia school district. The system is facing a $300 million deficit, which education advocates say will devastate classrooms. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

What will happen in Pennsylvania for the Republican candidates after President Trump uninvited the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House?  Will Keystone State Republicans pay a price for the president’s actions?

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