Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) may be skeptical regarding some of the Giants' moves this offseason, but remains a diehard at heart.
Speaking to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano at an event for the Newark Mentoring Movement, the presidential candidate said his dream would be to host the Giants for a White House visit, which would mean two things need to happen: 1) for Booker to win the presidency, and 2) the Giants to win it all when he's in office.
"Becoming the president is obviously a life aspiration," he said. "Having [the Giants] come as the Super Bowl champions when I'm there? That would be one of the greatest moments of my life."
The fan in Booker expressed slight frustration about some of the Giants' offseason moves, but he remains hopeful heading into the 2019 season.
"I just love the team. Am I hurting right now? Yeah, there's some pain," he said. "Am I questioning some decisions? Yes I am. But I am faithful. I'm loyal and I'm a prisoner of hope about this year."