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Travis Kelce used expired license at Chiefs’ Super Bowl White House visit

Travis Kelce did lot let an expired ID stop him from celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2023 Super Bowl victory at the White House. 

Ahead of his team’s visit with the president, the superstar tight end lost his driver’s license and although he’s now a Missouri resident, he is currently driving with an expired 2018 Ohio license. 

“They were checking their list, I handed them my ID and I was sitting there waiting for them to tell me that I am denied access to the White House because of my expired license,” Kelce said on the “New Heights” podcast.

Everything ended up working out for Kelce who played a big part in the Chiefs’ 38-35 Super Bowl victory over Philadelphia, recording 81 yards for one touchdown while competing against his Eagles center brother and podcast co-host, Jason.

“I could’ve given them any ID that had a photo with my name on it I guess,” Kelce said. 

Monday marked the squad’s first time at the White House –– their champions visit in 2020 was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Travis Kelce entered the White House with an expired Ohio license for the Chiefs' Super Bowl visit.

The ID scramble wasn’t the only laughable part of Kelce’s trip to DC.

While President Joe Biden and star quarterback Patrick Mahomes turned their backs to retrieve the president’s Kansas City jersey, Kelce beelined for the podium.

He could barely get a word in before Mahomes pushed him away from the microphone. 

“The president at the podium is iconic. It’s iconic. How he usually addresses the nation ‘to my fellow Americans.’ That’s all I wanted to say, dude,” Kelce joked.

President Joe Biden walks with Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Chiefs President Mark Donovan prior to an event welcoming the team to the White House to celebrate their victory in Super Bowl LVII.

On top of the failed podium speech attempt, Kelce was unable to uncover any national treasures despite his efforts. 

“I might have opened some doors I wasn’t supposed to be opening, but that was down in the mansion part of the White House, not the West Wing where all the good stuff probably is,” he said.  

Heading into this season, the Chiefs will work to earn a trip back to the White House next spring.