Despite new Deflategate ruling, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says he’ll always believe in greatest quarterback in NFL history

Mayor Marty Walsh hosted a sendoff rally before the Patriots left for Super Bowl XLIX. David L. Ryan / The Boston Globe

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joined his fellow Patriots fans Monday, taking to Twitter to express his support for Tom Brady and the team following a new Deflategate ruling.

Walsh tweeted Monday afternoon following a federal appeals court ruling that reinstated the quarterback’s four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate, saying he will always believe in the NFL’s greatest team and quarterback.

“We are #PatsNation and we will win again,” Walsh wrote.

Walsh wasn’t the only in the world of politics to show the quarterback some love Monday — Donald Trump called on officials to “Leave Tom Brady alone” while at a campaign stop in Rhode Island. While the mayor and Republican presidential candidate have had a rocky past, it looks there’s something they can both agree on.

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