President Trump Presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Robert Cousy

The President: Well, this
is a very exciting day because he’s a great
champion and we love champions. It’s wonderful to have you
in the Oval Office with your family and
your friends. Mr. Cousy: Thank you. The President:
Thank you very much. And thank you all for
being here in the Oval Office on this very
joyous occasion. Today, it is my privilege
to present our nation’s highest civilian honor
to a beloved basketball legend and a true American
original, Robert Cousy – commonly known
as “Bob” Cousy. Bob, congratulations
on receiving the Presidential
Medal of Freedom, the highest award
you can receive. We have the Presidential
Medal of Freedom and we have the
Congressional Medal of Honor for the military. And it’s great
to be with you. We’re grateful to be
joined by Senator Joe Manchin and his wife Gayle. And Joe called me up quite
a while ago and suggested this idea. And, Joe, I’d like to –
maybe if you could just go to the mic, say a
few words about your relationship with Bob. Senator Manchin: Mr.
President, thank you. I had the great pleasure
of meeting this legend many years ago through
my dear friend Andy and Joan Pradella,
and the Pradella family. And we were – Danny
and I have been friends for a long time. We were talking and he
started talking about this Bob Cousy – about “Cous.” He kept saying, “Cous.” And I said, “Are you
talking about the Bob Cousy?” He said, “Yeah.” He said, “I grew
up with him.” He said, “I was a young
person and friends of the family. We knew each
other forever.” And then he then
introduced me to him and I met him. And we start talking and
– not – Bob didn’t say anything, but some of
his friends said this is something that, basically,
he aspired for. So you called me and you
were having a meeting on something else. We were back having lunch,
and we were talking, and you – in your
personable fashion. I said, “There’s a
gentleman I think you ought to consider
for this high award.” And you said, “And
who would that be?” And I said, “Bob Cousy.” And you said, “I
remember him very well.” Remember we were
sitting back there? The President: Certainly. Senator Manchin: You
said, “Give us a number and we’ll call him.” You made the phone
call back there. He wasn’t going to
take the phone call because he thought
– someone said “This is the White House
calling. The President wants
to speak to you.” He said that,
“They’re joshing me.” So they took the
call and he says, “It was unbelievable.” So to all the friends,
this is a team effort. It was this whole family –
and all these people who grew up with Bob and
Cous know it’s been a team effort to
make this happen. And I was just happen –
happy that I could be a part of this. And thank you, Mr.
President, for recognizing – The President: You were a
big part of this. Senator Manchin: – a
true American hero. The President: Yeah,
thank you very much, Joe. Senator Manchin:
Thank you, sir. The President: Thank
you, Gayle, very much for being here. Appreciate it. Also with us are many
members of the Cousy family, including
Bob’s daughters – Mary, Cindy, and Marie. Where are you now? Where are you? Hello. Congratulations. It’s a big deal. And his grandchildren,
Zachary and Nicole. Thank you. Congratulations. And his sons-in-law –
Randy, Bruce, and Joseph. And they’re good
sons-in-law, I assume, Bob. Right? No complaints? Mr. Cousy: They
stay in line. Yeah. (laughter) The President:
I’ll bet they are. Bob grew up during the
Great Depression on Manhattan’s East 83rd
Street in an apartment without running water. In 1941, at the age of 13,
Bob picked up a basketball for the very first time. He devoted himself to the
sport, and soon honed a unique ability to
play equally well with both hands. He had a very
unique talent. He had equal ability with
both hands, they say. I won’t ask you whether
or not that’s true. Is it true? Mr. Cousy: So so. (laughter) The President:
That’s pretty – pretty unique. And Bob never forgot the
lesson his first mentor taught him: Don’t
ever be predictable. Hey, I’ve heard
that lesson, too. (laughter) Not for basketball,
for other things. By his senior year of
high school, Bob was named captain of the
Journal-American’s All-Scholastic team, and
people started calling him the “Houdini of
the Hardwood.” It started very early. It’s called talent. You either you have
it or you don’t. In 1946, Bob enrolled at
College of the Holy Cross and joined the Crusaders,
where he quickly built a large following of fans. In one of the biggest
games of his sophomore year, his coach, for
whatever reason, benched him. I’ll bet that’s the only
time that ever happened. The team was behind by
seven points with only five minutes left to play
– it was a very, very important game – when the
fans started going crazy. “We want Cousy! We want Cousy!” A lot of fans,
too – 8,000. That’s a lot,
at that time. The coach had no
choice but to put Bob in the game. And Bob immediately went
on to score 12 quick points, leading
his team to a epic, come-from-behind victory. And I don’t know if
the coach kept his job or not, but – (laughter) I don’t know, why
do you think, Joe? I think I would have
gotten rid of the coach. By the end of his
collegiate career, “The Wizard of Worcester” was
a three-time All-American, and was on his way
to being drafted into the NBA. Everybody was
talking about him. They were talking about
him all over the country. Joining the Boston Celtics
in 1950, Bob quickly established himself as the
preeminent point guard of his day. He was ranked number one
in assists for 8 of his 13 NBA seasons, all of
which were spent with a team known as the
Boston Celtics. Great team. By his second season, he
was the third-highest scorer in the league. In a legendary 1953
playoff game between the Celtics and the
Syracuse Nationals, Bob demonstrated
exceptional grit in one of the roughest games in
the history of basketball, including 107 fouls. That’s a lot of fouls. (laughter) Bob forced the
game into its first of four overtimes that
propelled the way to victory, scoring a
record 50 points. And Boston won by
quite a bit because he just went wild in
that last overtime. In 1954, Bob organized the
NBA Players Association, a first-of-its-kind union
for major American sports. He was elected the
association’s first President and fought for
better working conditions and a more reasonable
schedule for players. Bob’s activism helped
him produce many notable reforms, including a
pension plan for NBA players. Bob was also a passionate
advocate for equality and justice. At Holy Cross, he wrote
his senior thesis on the persecution faced
by minorities. While playing for the
Celtics, Bob heard that his friend Chuck Cooper,
the first African American drafted into the
NBA, could not stay in the same hotel as
the rest of the team in the segregated South. Bob responded by leaving
the state with his teammate, and he
wasn’t a happy person. And he became very happy
because what happened after that is
very legendary. Bob was right at
the forefront. Throughout his long
career, Bob was a voice against prejudice,
racism, and bigotry. After 1,026 games for the
Celtics, Bob retired from the team in 1963. He had scored 18,973
points and made 7,882 assists. They were records
at the time. He was a six-time NBA
champion, a 13-time NBA All Star – wow – and he
was also league MVP. He was the first NBA
player to be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Bob went on to coach the
Boston College basketball team to a 117-38 record. In 1973, he coached the
U.S. National Team to victory against
the Soviet Union. He was inducted into the
Basketball Hall of Fame in 1971, and later became
the first inductee to serve as its president. He coached the Cincinnati
Royals and briefly reactivated in 1969,
setting the record for the oldest person to
play in the NBA. Am I allowed to ask
how old that was? Mr. Cousy: I’m having
a senior moment, Mr. President. (laughter) I think it was 41. The President: Well,
that’s pretty good. That’s pretty good, huh? Over the years, Bob has
also poured his heart in countless
charitable causes. He was named the “Big
Brother of the Year” in 1965, taught youth
basketball, and created a scholarship for
underprivileged children. It’s an incredible life. Incredible life,
you’ve done. Great job, Bob. Mr. Cousy: Thank you. The President: But, you’re
one of the all-time greats in the history of sports –
not just basketball – and an inspiration to us all. And today, America honors
and celebrates everything that you have achieved. You’ve achieved so
much – and even beyond basketball. It is my privilege to ask
the military aide to read the citation as we present
Robert “Bob” Cousy with the Presidential
Medal of Freedom. Please. (applause) Military Aide:
Robert Joseph “Bob” Cousy is one of basketball’s
all-time greatest players. During his 13 seasons with
the Boston Celtics, the “Houdini of the Hardwood”
confounded opponents and was instrumental in
building the team into a legendary success. Mr. Cousy won six NBA
Championships with the Celtics, led the league in
assists for eight straight years, was a 13-time
All-Star, and won the NBA’s Most Valuable
Player award in 1957. Off the court, he fought
for racial equality by standing up to racism
directed at his teammates, and he helped organize the
NBA Players Association. In 1971, he was inducted
into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The United States proudly
honors Mr. Cousy, whose competitiveness and
character have solidified him as a distinguished
athlete and American. (The Medal of Freedom is
presented.) (applause) Mr. Cousy: Thank you, sir. The President: Here’s
the mic, right here. Mr. Cousy: (inaudible) The President: You
take your time. Mr. Cousy: Thank you,
Mr. President, for those kind words. However, if I had known I
was going to be eulogized, I’d have done the only
decent thing and died for you. (laughter) Yeah, I think I’ve
got to – at 91, I think that
line – I think the Good Lord has heard it once too
often and he’s ready to tell one of his aides,
“Hey, I think that sucker wants to come up.” I hope he says
“…up with us. Yank him up.” Anyway, Mr. President,
I know, in your world, you’re well on
your way to making America great again. In my world, it’s been
great for 91 years. Only in America could my
story have been told. I’m here to say that I’m
easily the most fortunate, lucky S.O.B. on the planet. Fabricated overseas,
followed by a 17-year ghetto experience in early
life, I discovered some God-given skills to play a
child’s game and landed – without much of a moral
code other than the law of the streets, survival,
and self-interest – at the College of the Holy Cross
– then and now one of the finest liberal arts
schools in the country, where my Jesuit mentors,
in answer to the eternal questions – what’s it all
about; why are we here; what’s our raison d’être
– advised, “Maximize your God-given skills in the
areas of your choice and then reach out in your
communities and help, in any way you can, those
who are less fortunate, those who need a boost.” And to the best of my
ability, I’ve tried to do that. And I’d like to think that
the Good Lord has rewarded my feeble attempts by
surrounding me, at this point in my life, at this
wonderful event – oh, boy, I screwed it up there –
friends who have my back; my two wonderful
grandchildren who – let’s introduce you guys one
more time, Nicole and Zachary; two loving
daughters – both with devoted partners and
both who hover over me and make sure that I
take my pills on time. (laughter) I can’t ask all
those friends to stand and be identified, but I
would like to pay special tribute to my friend,
Senator Joe Manchin, from West Virginia, who was
directly responsible for my presence here today
to receive this award. And I’d like my daughters
– Marie and Ticia – I know you took one bow. Just a quick wave, guys. They are both retired
schoolteachers, both with distinguished careers
in education, and both wonderful replicas of
their mother – sorry about that – Missie,
who put up with me for 63 – this is why you
shouldn’t invite old men to the White House. (laughter). We get emotional. For 63 wonderful years,
while trying, in her way, to make her world
a better place. So, as exhibit A, for that
earlier reference to my good fortune, I refer
to why we’re here this afternoon. This acknowledgement
allowed me to complete my life’s circle. I can stop chasing
a bouncing ball. The Presidential Medal of
Freedom allows me to reach a level of acceptance
in our society I never once ever dreamed of. And it’s very special for
two other reasons: It allows me to join one of
the most exclusive clubs on our planet. And secondly, Mr.
President – and I’ve lost the last sheet. I’m sorry. Secondly, Mr. President,
it’s special because it is being presented by
the most extraordinary President in my lifetime. And I’m a “B.R.” – a “before Roosevelt.” (laughter) Anyway, thank you, sir. The President:
That’s very nice. Thank you. Mr. Cousy: Thank you all
my friends and family. Thank you for your
attendance and your attention. Peace. (applause) The President:
Well, I just want to say that – first of all,
that was beautiful. And congratulations to
the family and all of your friends. And the last one – the
last great athlete to get it was Tiger Woods,
about three months ago. Tiger got it. Mr. Cousy: I saw it all. I’m a Tiger fan myself. The President: And he –
I’m a Tiger fan, too. And he’s a – he
did a great job. He did something that
people thought was impossible and he
won the Masters, and he was something. So, you’re in
very good company. There’s some incredible
people, as you know, in the past. Mr. Cousy: I have been. And I think I mentioned
to you when we spoke in December that if I ever
get back to golf, I’m going to give
you two a side. (laughter) The
President: Okay. That sounds good. That sounds good. Thank you very much. That was fantastic. And I just want to, again,
congratulate Bob and his family and thank you all. And Joe, thank you
for that reference. That was a reference. When Joe Manchin called –
Senator Manchin – he said that, “I have an
idea: Bob Cousy.” I said, “Done.” He said, “You
don’t want to…” I said, “No, I don’t
have to think about it. What’s to think about?” I know his life. I know how great
an athlete he was. I also know he’s done
great things beyond that.” So that was a very
quick acceptance. I didn’t have to
call you back, Joe. I saved the phone call. So, thank you very much
for that reference, and we’re very proud
of Bob Cousy. Thank you. Thank you, Bob. Congratulations. (applause) The Press: Mr. President,
are you concerned about the jobs
numbers – the revision? Five-hundred thousand
fewer jobs over the past year? The President: No. The job numbers have
been really good. We have unemployment at a
level that it hasn’t been at for many, many years. Fantastic numbers. The economy has been
really fantastic. If you look at the world
economy – not so good. But the economy has
been really fantastic. Thank you very
much everybody.

100 thoughts on “President Trump Presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Robert Cousy

  • I love Trump too but I know Bill Russell cannot stand him….interesting that Cousy and Russell can look at Trump so differently ….Russ got medal of freedom from slime Barry.

  • You may be doing more for Americans, but you all are spoiling women even more than they already were. Now they get to be birth givers and 50/50, as if men are treated that way themselves– of whom did more for America as a whole than any other.

  • Can someone tell me why trump is greatest president of all time he hasn't accomplished anything Obama care is still around the trade war is killing us and immigration reform is a joke a lot shootings going on North Korea is laughing at us Russia is getting rich Iran is dangerous and Russia is dangerous so why is he the greatest again I'm confused are allies hate us and we support dictators and terrorists groups

  • Lol at first when he walked slowly across the stage I was thinking 'o man I hope we can hear him talk, he can barely walk' then this old guy gets up there and delivers one of the greatest speeches I've ever heard. Had comedy, emotions, and a great ending. Ended it with saying it was presented by the most extraordinary president in his life time.. I believe those were the words

  • How far do you think liberalism will go with the Masons? (hypnotherapy, social surveys vs real moves vs personality demonization) There's a dam Masonic Building in Bethlehem Pennsylvania and you think Allentown and Connecticut is just a snob of it's own, no. A lot of people forgot about others and still!

  • You know when Trump said the Squad were saying anti-Semitic things? Well "no no no, it's only in your head, it's only anti-Semitic in your head". That's my reply from now on. Thanks, Trump, that one is priceless.

  • Whether you like this man or not,
    In life one must give credit where due..
    Based simply on what he is up against. And to be winning. Takes some doing, thus commands great respect!


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  • President Trumps daughter Laura just had a baby girl this week and her name is Carolina . Carolina means freedom, free man , it also means joy ! A sure sign of all the good to come !

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  • Those who align with God in this modern test of faith will have a different fate than those who align with darkness.

    Those who made a pact with the dark ones (and worship them) made a mistake. The dark ones are very dishonest lenders. The dark ones started to collect the souls of those who made pacts with them. The promise of power was a scam. They should be worried. Those who get into darkness suffer bad luck. Those who make a pact with the dark ones have their souls compromised by the dishonest soul takers. These people have the illusion of power from the dark but they are only setting the table for their own demise. The soul collector of the dark ones is unleashed.

    It is better to be in the bright side. It is all a test of faith. Aligning to God's will there is peace and joy. Elsewhere stories are not that nice. There is a giant guardian angel protecting the president against the worshippers of the dark ones

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  • Predictability . . . well, in the arts, it's considered a death sentence to creation. Can't imagine what the Universe (or, for me, via my personal belief in worship, being God) might impart directly . . . here's to never losing sight of what it means to imagine and be exceptional, as best each of can contribute . . . DV XO 🙂

  • Thank you, Mr. Cousy, for your regard and respect for President Trump, via reception of your award; humbly speaking for America, we send you our gratitude. DV XO 🙂

  • Cousy is a class act. His humility comes across loudest of all. Today's players could do far worse than to use Cousy as a model for their own lives.

  • 2016 Barry gives the Medal of Freedom Award to Ellen DeGeneres for coming out of the Closet, where as President Trump gives the Medal of Freedom to Robert Cousy honoring his Basketball Career… hmmm… I like President Trump!



  • hey maggot…..your approval rating is 46% the economy is faltering china is wining the trade war….and you failed again

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  • I guess this must be something like winning the Nobel… and then finding out the Hamburglar will be giving you the award….. SAD

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  • Once presented by Donnie Dickhead, it loses whatever symbolism it once had. It's now just a hunk o' metal from an adderal-addicted, one-term POS moron.

  • Hmm. Wonder if AOC or Ilhan Omar, will ever get the Freedom Medal? They will…if a Dumbocrat, gets in the Oval Office. Oh. Congratulations Mr. Cousy. The USA, is proud of your achievements.

  • Ya sabemos que todo ser humano defiende su tierra de donde es nativo y no por eso es malo, ni la persona, ni la raza, cualquiera que sea. Hasta ahora no hay ni una raza santa, todas cometen los mismos errores y hacen las mismas luchas.
    Los buenos evitan a toda costa el derrame de sangre inocente, los malos gozan y hasta hacen del asesinato una aficion.
    La vida continia y el hombre siempre tendra el libre albeldrio, pero eso si que todo cuenta, dependiendo de donde vaya ganando mas puntos.
    Como no se sabe quien es bueno y quien no, lo mejor es;
    "Hacer el bien, sin mirar a quien"

  • I'd like to suggest Rush Limbaugh for 30+ years in conservative talk radio. Another true American trail blazer! Congratulations Coach Cousy!

  • Surprise surprise, I get a receipt/survey and they really made sure they didn't follow my order for NO onions. AND I so happened to miss the bus on top of it, AS if they're not spying!

  • (telling you is like telling the teacher– at the moment, so wake the f up) (you're kidding yourself if you think what we all say don't matter) (even the popular or not popular ones you don't like) (it gets to your or their pyramid either way)

  • Thank you for introducing me to Bob Cousy, who retired from the NBA before I was born. What a great man with a great family. I loved hearing about his experiences in life and of course the love he has/had for his wife of 60+ years. Most of all I love that he supports our President too! Congratulations to Bob and family.

  • جناب پرزیدنت یک آزمایش ومعده و مجاری ادراری خود بدید
    تا ۳ماه آینده دچار یک بیماری میشوید


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