‘I think about 40% of the people still don’t think we won,’ the quarterback deadpans, mocking Trump’s claims of a stolen election Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady stole the show on Tuesday at the White House celebration of his team’s Super Bowl championship with a jab at Donald Trump and his false claims of a stolen election. With US President Joe Biden at Brady’s side, and with dozens of teammates standing behind him, the winner of seven American football titles dished up a series of clearly rehearsed but cutting remarks sure to infuriate the Republican former president, whom Brady has described as a friend. “Not a lot of people think that we could have won,” Brady said of his team, which overcame setbacks early in their season to win Super Bowl LV in February following a year plagued by the coronavirus pandemic. “In fact I think about 40% of the people still don’t think we won,” Brady deadpanned. “I understand that,” Biden said, tossing up his hands. Brady was clearly referring to the large numbers of Republican voters who have embraced Trump’s baseless claims that he lost November’s presidential election to Biden because of voter fraud.