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Tamron Hall, Willie Geist and Natalie Morales discuss an unexpected remark that came from President Obama at the White House on Tuesday while he was honoring the U.S. women's soccer team for winning the World Cup in July, "This team taught all America's children that 'playing like a girl' means you're a badass." TODAY’s Natalie Morales heartily agrees.